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Introduction to First Nations Powwows: Grades 3-12


Powwows celebrate the circle of life by bringing our communities together to sing, dance and renew kinship bonds and friendships. Hear about the meaning behind powwows, songs, dance, and the regalia

Additional Information

Additional Information

Date:  This online program will be held on Friday, June 17 from 11:00-11:45am.

Presented in partnership with the Equity Diversity and Inclusion Network (EDIN), it is part of a series of online Indigenous-led programs for school groups to acknowledge and celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. 

This program is conducted through Zoom.  One hour prior to the program, we will send you an email with the Zoom meeting ID.  Please ensure you have Zoom installed on your device or computer.  If you don’t have a library card, please visit to register for one.

Aaron Tootoosis is Plains Cree from the Poundmaker Indian Reserve in Treaty 6 Territory. University and traditionally educated, he shares his expertise on current Indigenous issues through several speaking engagements throughout Saskatchewan and through his involvement with boards and committees. His ceremonial grounding guides him in how he communicates and builds relationships with people. A father of three, he makes is home on the Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation in Treaty 4 Territory with his wife of 22 years.

*Registration required
42 spots available
Registration Closed


Jun 17 2022, 11:00am - 11:45am


Online, Zoom 4

Event Type

School Support


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