Truth and Reconciliation

The 37th Annual Mid-Autumn Moon Festival – A Circus of Dreams-

There will be a variety of cultural experiences, music, food+beverage, and even an Indigenous- led DTES art exhibition where youth who came to learn art, via sessions in the summer, from Jesse Gouchey of Miska Creative, will have their art displayed for all to see—a proud moment for these little
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All My Relations: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Place des Arts is honoured to host First Nations Artist and Educator, Christine Mackenzie, this National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Last year, Christine presented and facilitated a powerful afternoon of sharing art that was appreciated by families of all ages. Christine will be back again to share her unique
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Truth and Reconciliation
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2023

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is on September 30, 2023. It is a day of public awareness and commemoration of the painful history of residential schools in Canada. This day is also meant to educate about the rich cultural traditions of Indigenous Peoples across Canada and in local
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Arts Umbrella National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Join the Arts Umbrella for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation for a full day of meaningful reflection and education. Activities and talks will be age-appropriate and led by Indigenous artists and knowledge keepers. Arts Umbrella National Day for Truth and Reconciliation When: September 30, 2023 Time: TBA Location: Arts
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Voice of Our Children

Witness dancing by Wild Moccasin Dancers  and drumming by Host Drum StarChild at this family-friendly event. Indigenous vendors and food trucks will be available. Voices of Our Children When: September 30, 2023 Time: 12pm-4pm Location: Westminster Pier Park Address: 1 6th Street, New Westminster Website: www.newwestcity.ca

ʔəm̓i ce:p xʷiwəl :Come Toward the Fire

A partnership between The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts and Musqueam, this family-friendly event celebrates Indigenous creativity, culture and community. There will be Indigenous vendors, food trucks, community presenters, film screenings, and cultural performances and workshops. Entrance to the events on Saturday are FREE, but select concerts and workshops
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Orange T-Shirt Day

Join Nisga’a Ts’amiks Vancouver Society for Orange T-Shirt Day to honour the lost children and survivors of Residential Schools. Orange T-Shirt Day When: September 30, 2023 Time: 1:00pm Where: John Hendry Park (Trout Lake) Address: 3300 Victoria Drive, Vancouver Website: www.facebook.ca

Skookum Surrey

Be present and learn about Indigenous culture at the Skookum Surrey Truth and Reconciliation event. There will be drumming, teachings and story sharing, bannock and warm beverages. Skookum Surrey When: September 29, 2023 Time: 3pm-5pm Location: Holland Park Address: 13428 Old Yale Road, Surrey Website: www.facebook.ca

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Memorial Peace Park

Join PLEA, Katzie First Nation, Fraser River Indigenous Society and BC Spokes for this family-friendly event that includes Indigenous performers, Orange Shirt painting, drum circles, a variety of vendors and a community art project. National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Memorial Peace Park When: September 30, 2023 Time: 10am-2:30pm
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Stɑl̓əw̓ Pow Wow

Bring your family to experience the rich Indigenous history and culture at the first annual Stɑl̓əw̓ Pow Wow at the Langley Events Center. The aim of this 3-day event is to celebrate Indigenous culture, music, dance, art, and regalia. All families are welcome to attend and learn the important role
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