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Frost Regina: Indigenous Storytelling


Join us for Frost @ Downtown on City Square Plaza for a storytelling session from an Indigenous storyteller.

Additional Information

This event is held in-person in a heated tent at Frost Regina on City Square Plaza. Proof of vaccination is required.

Currently, Rhonda Donais works for the Regina Public School Board as a community coordinator. She also works through the YWCA in a safe house for children. She has been a performer and storyteller for over 20 years. She has participated in children’s festivals, exhibitions and fairs. At the age of twelve, Rhonda realized that she wanted to be an entertainer like Fred Penner and Mr. Dressup. She loves to dress up and transform into her clown character “Tulip”. Although she enjoys telling silly and scary stories, her favorite stories are the First Nations animal legends and Algonquian songs she teaches. Rhonda likes to incorporate magic tricks and drum playing into her storytelling. She is very passionate about her art. Rhonda lives in Regina and is a member of Ocean Man First Nation.

Drop In


Feb 6 2022, 1:00pm - 1:30pm


Frost Festival, City Square Plaza

Event Type

Special Events


Special Event, Artist and Author Talks
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