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

Building Relationships - We are all in this Together


History & heritage Indigenous Intercultural Music Truth and Reconciliation
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Oxbow Bow Valley Park

Bow Street

Oxbow, SK



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

Guest Speakers:

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!



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.