JOURNÉES DU PATRIMOINE - HERITAGE DAYS : CULTURE MÉTISSEBatoche, Saskatchewan
Heritage, Indigenous — Hands-On Activity, Behind-the-scenes
IDEAL FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Come and celebrate Métis culture at Batoche National Historic Site.
Special guest and activities:
• Louis-Riel Comic-stip play and back-stage marionette workshop
• Gabriel Dumont: Live historical vignettes
• Métis jigging & musical spoon workshop
• Games, giant Métis sash, Bannock…
• Géocaching discovery search
• “Taste of Métis culture craft show”
All of our activities are presented in French and have been adapted for children.
All interpreters speak English, don’t be afraid to join in!
Transport: For newcomers in Saskatchewan, buses leaving from Saskatoon and organized by the Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise and Saskatoon Open Door Society. Please keep informed!
This activity is in English & French.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Walking, Storytelling, Puppetry, Performance, Outdoors, Nature, Kids, Historic Site, Family Friendly, All Ages, Acting,
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||10:30 AM to 4:00 PM|
|Sun 01 Oct||No events scheduled.|
In case of rain:
Batoche National Historic Site has a building with a capability of 300 persons, tents will be rented on site
Highway 225, Batoche, SK S0K 3R0, Canada
Batoche National Historic Site
88 km North-East of Saskatoon: 15km E of Rosthern on Hwy 312, then 11km N on Hwy 225. Along the South Saskatchewan River
Société historique de la Saskatchewan
The Société historique de la Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 that is also registred as a charity activity. It aims to research, organize, and share information about the history of the French presence in Saskatchewan.