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.
Weave a mat out of tules and hear how n̓x̌aʔx̌ʔitkʷ (sacred spirit of the lake, popularly known as Ogopogo) reveals the importance of water.
The workshops are presented by Wildrose Native Traditions in partnership with Kelowna Museums Society at the Okanagan Heritage Museum. Each session costs $25.