SUMMER THEME NIGHTS

See What Awaits You In 2019

There is so much in our beautiful world to see, and we want you to be able to absorb it all. Take a look at some of the special events we will be hosting in our Woodlands area this summer that we have listed below.  There is something for everyone to choose from, we look forward to sharing these wonderful experiences with you.

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JULY 3, 2019 - DEBAJEHMUJIG STORYTELLERS

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JULY 10, 2019
POW WOW PRESENTATION

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JULY 17, 2019 
HARVESTING NIGHT

Presents "Nanabush Tales"

What do a rabbit, racoon, chipmunk, and dancing ducks all have in common? They all know the trickster Nanabush and are part of these dynamic stories told by Debajehmujig Storytellers, a multi-disciplinary arts organization dedicated to the revitalization of the Anishnaabek culture, language, and heritage located on Manitoulin Island in Ontario.

Pow Wow Presentation -
Open to everyone

Come and take this opportunity to learn about a Traditional Pow Wow.  Presentation includes, Pow Wow Etiquette and Protocols, Pow Wow Presentation and Question and Answer period.

Learn how to Harvest Plants
in our area

Join the Great Spirit Circle Trail team as we learn how and when to harvest through the eyes and knowledge of your guide.  Includes harvesting plants at the Great Spirit Circle Trail "Woodlands Area"

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JULY 24, 2019
STORYTELLING

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JULY 31, 2019
VOICE OF THE DRUM AND MEDICINE WALK

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AUGUST 7, 2019
LEARN SURVIVAL SKILLS

From our First Nation Communities

Come and hear the legends and stories from the eyes and voices of our First Nation communities

Combination of our Experiences Presentation

Listen, learn and feel the heartbeat of "Mother Earth" through "The Voice of the Drum" as we provide an introduction to Traditional Song and Drum performance. During the Medicine Walk learn about the different plants, trees, herbs and shrubs with medicinal, practical, edible or spiritual uses.

Fire Building and Traditional Torch Making

Join the Great Spirit Circle Trail as we embark on learning Survival Skills.  Learn how to make a fire with no matches or lighters and use the area around you.  Learn how to make a Traditional Torch with our team and help light the night.

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AUGUST 14, 2019
POW WOW PRESENTATION - AUGUST

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AUGUST 21, 2019
STORYTELLING

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AUGUST 28, 2019
FIRST NATION SPIRITUALITY AND TRADITIONAL LIVING AND LIFESTYLES

Pow Wow Presentation -
Open to Everyone

Come and take this opportunity to learn about a Traditional Pow Wow.  Presentation includes, Pow Wow Etiquette and Protocols, Pow Wow Presentation and Question and Answer period.

From our First Nation Communities

Come and hear the legends and stories from the eyes and voices of our First Nation communities.

Experience the Past, Enjoy the Present

Listen and learn as we touch on spiritual beliefs, purpose or explanation of common ceremony and commonalities with the different cultures of the world to give a better understanding of the First Nations people and belief system. 
Shedding light on the traditional living and lifestyles of the Anishnaabek, in the area of the Great Lakes or also known as the Woodlands Tribe.

 

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