We have something for everyone in the family in our Family Fun Zone, presented by Green Shield Canada.

Saturday, June 25th – 10AM to 7PM | Sunday, June 26th – 10AM to 5PM
  • Free Bungee Trampoline 
  • Meet the small farm animals 
  • Walk the Legacy Trail and make your own Reconciliation Rock 
  • Play Metis Games – Hatchet Throwing and Archery 
  • Join in demonstrations of Inuit Games or traditional stick games 
  • Meet turtles and tortoises with Safari Jeff 
  • Birds of Prey Display with Flight Shows at 11am, 2pm and 4pm 
  • Join the fun in our farm play area 


Come and meet our herd of the rare and endangered Ojibwe Spirit Horses, presented by FPAC. Learn some stories of their resilience, participate in a pony art proejct and even take a pony ride. The Ojibwe Spirit horses at Mādahòkì are Canada’s only Indigenous horse breed.

Saturday, June 25th – 10AM to 7PM | Sunday, June 26th – 10AM to 5PM
  • See these beautiful horses in the fields, including our new baby Cedar
  • Meet artist Rhonda Snow who is best known for capturing the history of this rare breed. You can participate in a community art project with Rhonda and colour in some of her beautiful paintings.
  • Take a pony ride on one of our Ojbiwe horses (and their friends). By donation to support their care.
  • Don’t miss the author reading in our Traditional Knowledge Area with “Runs with the Stars”


TUESDAY, JUNE 21st | 8:00PM

To cap our National Indigenous People’s Day celebrations we are hosting a Movie Night Under the Stars featuring the 2020 Indigenous film, Run Woman Run. 

Run Woman Run is a drama/comedy directed by Zoe Hopkins that tells the story of a single mother reclaiming her family and dreams with the guidance of an unlikely coach.

FRIDAY, JUNE 24th | 8:30PM

Join us on Friday night for a screening of the acclaimed 2018 movie The Grizzlies, directed by Miranda de Pencier. Based on a true story, the film depicts a youth lacrosse team that was set up to help combat an onslaught of youth suicide in the community of Kugluktuk, Nunavut. 

The Grizzlies has won numerous awards, including from the Directors Guild of Canada and at the Calgary International Film Festival and Palm Springs International Film Festivals among others.