Fall Harvest and Fish Fry

Fall Harvest and Fish Fry

Beauval, Saskatchewan

Indigenous — Hands-On Activity

This activity will be administered by two of our local trappers, hunters and fishers from the N12 Furblock, Vince Laliberte and Lionel Gardiner who have an abundance of experience in the traditional harvesting methods of the traditional lifestyle. The participating group will set a commercial fishing net on the Beaver River or La Plonge Lake. After the fish have been harvested, participants will learn hands-on, on how to clean and prepare the fish for a community fish fry. This activity is taking place in the Beauval N12 Furblock, starting the evening of September 29th and concluding September 30th. The public is encouraged to be active in this event. Everyone can help harvest the fish and then enjoy the fish fry.

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This activity is in English.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Outdoors, Nature, Genealogy, Family Friendly, All Ages

When

Fri 29 Sep 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sat 30 Sep 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sun 01 Oct No events scheduled.
In case of rain:

postpone to a later date

Where

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Box 178
Beauval, Saskatchewan

Building

Beauval Community Hall

Directions

The Beauval Community Hall is located off Highway 165 on Lavoie Street. This would be the gathering place prior to starting our activity.

Organizer

Beauval Minor Sports and Recreation

Beauval Minor Sports and Recreation is a not for profit organization that plans, prepares and provides all types of recreational activities, events and programs for every age group in our community. Cultural programming along with sporting, recreational and leisure programs are all great healthy components for the mind, body and soul. Keeping our community active and healthy is very important to our lifestyle.

Activity Contact

Wayne Laliberte
beauval[dot]recreation[at]gmail[dot]com
306-288-2064

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