Dufferin County Cultural Resource Circle, CFUW Orangeville & District in Partnership With DAREarts First Roots
Presents a Cultural Heritage Symposium
Indigenous Women Rising
We have an interesting, informative and beautiful array of presentations planned. We are honoured to have Dr. Lynn Gehl as our keynote speaker.
Dr. Gehl will be giving a presentation entitled “Learning Canada’s History through Wampum Diplomacy.” Also featured will be musical performances by Cathy Elliot of DAREarts First Roots; a Presentation by Activist Tori Cress of Idle No More and Traditional Dance and Cultural Teachings with Kim Newby and The Sacred Spirit Dancers. Traditional opening and closing ceremonies will be led by Elder Aaron Benson.
Courtesy traditional foods will also be on offer at this event!
First Nations Vendors Market will also be taking place along side the symposium from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Spots still available, please email.) This event will be promoted separately and open to the public.
Please spread the word! The correct time for Indigenous Women Rising Symposium is 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
300 Alder St
Orangeville, ON L9W 5A2
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