(Dis)Connecting and Returning to the Land
We will be hosting a number of workshops including Rattle teachings and making your own rattle, medicine bag teachings, coming of age teachings, water testing, a Fishing workshop by Ed Hudson, a video presentation by Kevin Settee and a wild rice cooking workshop!
**All materials will be mailed to you (PLEASE REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 5, 2021 TO MAKE SURE YOU GET THE KIT)
On top of all these fun activities, there will be many raffle prizes to be won!
Sneak peek of Raffle Prizes 1 and 2 Love Print and Grandmothers Print both painted by Jackie Traverse
Make sure to register before February 5, 2021 to get access to the full activity kit! bit.ly/disconnecting2021
The Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective is hosting a virtual youth camp to provide Indigenous youth an opportunity to learn from Elders and knowledge keepers on Indigenous culture, ways of knowing, and history that fosters a deeper connection and understanding of the land and waters and to discover ways to work in your own communities to improve the health of Lake Winnipeg. Additionally, the camp will look to ways to support youth on this journey by providing materials for traditional learning through activities and contests.
Where: Zoom via registration here: http://bit.ly/disconnecting2021 (Please register by February 5, 2021)
Who: Indigenous youth ages 14-26 who feel a direct link to the health of Lake Winnipeg
When: February 16-19, 2021 1pm – 4pm
For more information: Rebecca Sinclair at rebecca(at)lwic.org