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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.
Building Relationships - We are all in this Together
In-personHistory & heritage Indigenous Intercultural Music Truth and Reconciliation
Date and time
Oxbow Bow Valley Park
Offered in English.
Join us in honouring and remembering the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities.
9-945am - T-shirt pick up for the first 100 preregistered participants
10 am- Opening Prayer & Song
11am- Reflection Walk, led by Singers
Noon- Lunch (Moose Stew, Bannock, Berries)
Question and Answer Period to follow lunch.
Closing Prayer and Song
Angie McArthur Delorme, B.G.S., - Elder; Residential School Survivor; Children's Advocate (resides within a First Nations Community and worked with First Nations)
Joanne Neddow, BSW, - Retired Social Worker/Therapist; Author/Developer of Grandmother Medicine for Children, Youth and Adults
This Event is free of charge, but request you Pre-Register for lunch & T-Shirts
The first 100 participants to register will receive a Free Every Child Matters T-Shirt
Bring your Lawn chair! Everyone Welcome!
- To register docs.google.com
Oxbow & District Recreation Board
We are an oversight body for the recreation facilities in Oxbow, including the Swimming Pool, Arena, Memorial Hall, Ralph Allen Museum and Bow Valley Park.