Salmon, Saskatoons and Storytelling

Discover what sn̓k̓lip (coyote) knows through storytelling, songs, artefacts, and a virtual visit to the qwćiʔ (winter home).

Students will engage with indigenous culture through museum galleries, specially selected objects, and a virtual visit to the winter home. We’ll also explore the story of the 4 Food Chiefs and Indigenous education staff will have your students “drumming” along to coyote songs.

Available 2020/21 School Year

Grade 3
Duration: 30 min

This program is a partnership of Kelowna Museums and the Central Okanagan Public Schools Indigenous Education Department.

Contact Jen Garner, Head of Programming, at education@kelownamuseums.ca or 250-868-4836.

The education department of the Kelowna Museums Society takes special care to develop student centered, concept-based programming that is in line with the curriculum guidelines as laid out by the BC Ministry of Education.

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Discover the culture and heritage of the Okanagan by exploring your Kelowna Museums.