na̓ʔk̓ʷulamən: TRC Call to Action #94, A Discussion

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The new Oath of Citizenship now includes a recognition of Indigenous rights and a commitment to uphold the treaties. This mature and respectful discussion will reflect on what this means.

Please note, questions and conversation are an important part of this workshop. Mature and sensitive topics may be covered.

na̓ʔk̓ʷulamən: Traditional Shelters and Tule Mats

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Take a journey with us, exploring the traditional shelters and lifestyles of First Nations’ from around Turtle Island, with a particular focus on syilx (Okanagan) culture.

Participants will make their own mini tulle mat. Activity materials can be picked up at the Okanagan Heritage Museum starting on October 6th.

na̓ʔk̓ʷulamən: Fishing and Hemp Rope

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Gathering hemp dogbane to make rope for fishing and other traditional practices happens just after the first frost. Learn about some of the traditional techniques and hear the contemporary story of the salmon.

Try your hand at making hemp rope! Materials can be picked up from the OHM starting November 10th.

na̓ʔk̓ʷulamən: Winter is Storytelling Time

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Get cozy and listen to a telling of the captíkwł, “How Turtle Set the Animals Free.” Kids and adults alike will appreciate what the captíkwł teach us about living harmoniously on this land.

Family-friendly and suitable for all ages!