Video by Alan Fortune
Thank you to everyone who came out and took part at the Tall Feathers workshop honouring National Day of Truth and Reconciliation.
Over 100 community members came to experience this day filled with ceremony, learning, art, healing, and connection.
A special thanks goes to local artist James Ziegler, Elder Harley Crowshoe, and every single volunteer who pitched in to make this possible.
“I loved all aspects of this event. I loved getting to learn and listen to the elder. I loved getting to smudge in the ceremony. I loved being creative and making a tall feather with people in my community.”
“I want to express my sincere gratitude for the wonderful opportunity you offered us to participate in this meaningful celebration, which once again brought us together to reaffirm our ties to the community, to our land and to our ancestors. I also want to extent my appreciation to other organizers, artists and participants for their kindness and bringing beautiful energy.”