nakulamen is a program that embodies the seasonal traditions and practices of the syilx/ Okanagan people who have lived as a part of these lands for thousands of years. Each session includes interactive storytelling using costumes, as well as some introductory language, activities/crafts related to the session topic.
Make twine from natural materials, and shape it into a keepsake. Hear the story of how the trickster sn̓k̓lip (coyote) prepared the world for the “People-to-be.”
The workshops are presented by Wildrose Native Traditions in partnership with Kelowna Museums Society at the Okanagan Heritage Museum. Each session costs $25.