First Welcome Hych'ka - Outdoor Theatre EventNorth Vancouver, British Columbia
Theatre, Multicultural — Collective Creation, Hands-On Activity
Vancouver’s Presentation House Theatre and Mortal Coil Performance Society have partnered to create FIRST WELCOME – HYCH’KA this summer. Part of Canada’s 150+ Celebrations, FIRST WELCOME –HYCH’KA explores and celebrates first contacts and welcome between people, cultures, and species.
Featuring a spectacular giant Coast Salish Puppet, the Musqueam First Nation’s Tsatsu Stalqaya or Coastal Wolf Pack, neighbourhood children, community choirs, parades with family and friends, creative workshops and much more.
On September 30, join the amazing community parade in Lower Lonsdale. This gathering in motion will culminate in special performances, celebrations and shared potluck picnic at Waterfront Park near Lonsdale Quay.
Come. Experience the excitement, curiosity and wonder of meeting someone or something new for the first time.
This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Walking, Storytelling, Singing, Performance, Outdoors, Kids, Improvisation, Family Friendly, Drumming, Costumes, All Ages, Acting, Dancing, Food, Feast
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||11:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
In case of rain:
Will still happen outdoors
Block, 200 Esplanade W, North Vancouver, BC V7M
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Located at the Waterfront Park, just west of the Lonsdale Quay and seabus terminal .
Presentation House Theatre & Mortal Coil Performance Society
Presentation House Theatre Society’s mandate is to: Create meaningful connections between people, through the development, production and presentation of professional theatre for children, youth and adults. Create community by using the professional theatre experience to build bridges between generations and cultures. Mortal Coil Performance Society is dedicated to creating imaginative theatre and spectacle for audiences young and old. We bring a sense of magic and myth to our performing characters through the use of stilts, masks and fantastic costuming.
Doris Pfister Murphy