Upcoming Events

 

FULL STURGEON MOON PIPE CEREMONY

August: The Sturgeon Moon
The sturgeon, a large fish common to British Columbia bodies of water, is most easily caught during this month. The reddish appearance of the moon through the frequent sultry hazes of August also prompted a few tribes to dub it the Red Moon. Other names included the Green Corn Moon and the Grain Moon.

When: Sunday, August 2,  2020

Time:  2:00 pm 

Where: Trout Lake Park, South entrance from 19th Ave.

What: Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on (very important as no one but family members can share until further notice). Bring your drums and rattles and also bring your own food that we will eat together (no sharing for now due to COVID-19). ALSO BEING A SMALL UNWRAPPED GIFT FOR THE GIVE-AWAY BLANKET. 

Ladies and gentlemen, please respect dress protocol, long skirts for ladies and long pants and tee shirts (no tanks) for men.

 

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FALL EQUINOX MEDICINE WHEEL GATHERING

When: Sunday, September 20, 2020

Time:  12:00 pm to 3:00  pm

Where:  VanDusen Gardens, Heritage Section. Entrance fee required.

What: Please being a stone or more to build the wheel and add your prayers. Please bring your drums and rattles,  a chair or blanket to sit on. Further insteuctions may come as we get closer to the event as per social distancing. Please being food to share for the feast that will follow.

Ladies and gentlemen, please respect dress protocol, long skirts for ladies and long pants and tee shirts (no tanks) for men.

For more information of the Medicine Wheel and other ceremonies, please check bottom of our home page.