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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Moccasin Identifier Project


Indigenous Kids Printmaking Visual arts Youth & teens Truth and Reconciliation
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Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre

3800 Main Street, Jordan, L0R 1Y0

Regional Municipality of Niagara, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


To commemorate National Day for Truth and Reconciliation drop by the museum to participate in the Moccasin Identifier Project on the museum site. Help up us build treaty and Indigenous awareness by covering Canada in moccasins.

The Moccasin Identifier uses four moccasin symbols reflective of the Indigenous diversity of Ontario. These stencils are adapted by acclaimed Indigenous artist Phil Cote from the original 16th century moccasins in the private collection of the Bata Shoe Museum. Use the stencils to print your own Moccasins to bring home.

This event is held as a part of the Ontario Culture Days Regional Hub program:



Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre

The Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of The Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty is dedicated to the interpretation, exhibition, research, collection, and preservation of past, present, and future narratives relevant to the Town and the Niagara Region. Enriching the cultural fabric of our community through inclusive engagements will empower us to listen, learn, and acknowledge our history.


Town of Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre

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Town Of Lincoln

The Town of Lincoln Lincoln, ON

Lincoln is in the heart of the Niagara region, serving the communities of Beamsville, Vineland, Jordan, Campden, Tintern, and Rockway. Known as the Niagara Benchlands, our towns and villages are filled with over 50 wineries, countless fresh...