National Indigenous Peoples Day 2019

 

 

Friday June 21

 

 

10th annual walk for Reconciliation

8-11am @ Harry Hays Building (220 4 Ave SE Calgary)

Details here

 

 

Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park, Warrior Homecoming

11am

BCHP will be hosting a Warriors Homecoming accompanied by cultural events and a barbecue that you don’t want to miss

 

 

 

Siksika-ATB BBQ

Administration Park across from the band office

11:30pm - 1pm

 

 

 

 

The People's Gathering

Alex Community Health Centre, 2840 - 2nd Ave SE

11am - 1:00pm

Take part in a traditional Grand Entry, traditional drumming, dancing and food.  Everyone welcome!
 

 

 

 

 

Kinsmen Park

Strathmore, AB

Lakeside Blvd

Noon - 8:30pm

 

 

 

UCalgary Campfire Chats

Sweetgrass Lodge, Enmax Park

1410 Olympic Way SE

1-3pm

 

 

 

Grey Eagle Resort & Casino

3777 Grey Eagle Dr

All Day

Grand Entry, Metis Dancers, Elders storytelling, Indigenous Flute playing and more!

Full Details

 

 

 

New Horizon Mall

260300 Writing Creek Cres, Balzac

1-3pm

 

 

Arts Commons Calgary Presents: National Indigenous People’s Day Celebrations

Mini Pow Wow featuring traditional drumming from Eya-Hey Nakoda, song and dance. Everything is free!

10:30am – 11:30am; Indigenous Drumming with Chantal Chagnon
11:30am – 1:00pm; Mini Pow Wow
1:00pm – 3:00pm; Indigenous Dancing Early Years Drop-In

205 8th Avenue S.E. 

 

 

Canmore

Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation is celebrating community and reconciliation through a full day event that illustrates the rich history of lands and the culture of our neighbours, the Stoney Nakoda people.

On June 21 (National Indigenous Peoples Day) Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation will host a day filled with free Indigenous dance, music, signing, art and sport. This event will offer hands on learning activities for children and adults alike. We hope to bring the spirit of reconciliation to life through learning, gratitude and fun. This free event will go from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Details here

 

 

Tsuut'ina Police Open House

11am-2pm

Tosguna Police are holding an open house to showcase First Nations Policing in Alberta!  We will be giving out FREE Colorado Spruce trees to all who attend with the intention to give back to Mother Earth.

 

 

Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, Fort McLeod

10am - 5pm 

  • Experience the sound and spectacle of drumming and dancing.
  • Interact with our performers.
  • Listen to Blackfoot elders tell stories about the plains buffalo culture.
  • Try your hand at Atl Atl throwing, an ancient hunting technique.
  • Guided facility tours, a live display of Alberta birds of prey, and Indigenous food sampling are all included.