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

Ghanaian Storytelling Through Song & Dance with Reggie Nyamekye


Dance Kids Music Performance Poetry & spoken word
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Nutrien Wonderhub

Saskatoon, SK



Offered in English.


Reggie Nyamekye is a storyteller, scholar, advocate, poet, photographer, a dreamer, a lover of humanitarian causes and will easily join any movement that exists to impact, empower and do better for society. A passionate Ghanaian and a demonstrated leader, Reggie is also a creative enthusiast. Recognized for her humility, generosity, commitment, Reggie promotes, inclusion, respect, thoughtfulness, celebration of diversity in her interactions with others.

Join Reggie for a Live Event that celebrates traditional Ghanaian folklore through music and song. Reggie is also excited to create a live collaborative poem with viewers that expresses all of the wonderful things that bring people joy.

Tune in on September 27, 2020 at 11:00am on the Nutrien Wonderhub Facebook page to learn and celebrate with Reggie & Nutrien Wonderhub.


Nutrien Wonderhub

Nutrien Wonderhub is a not-for-profit organization that fosters creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning in children and their grown-ups through hands-on exhibits, programming, and outreach.

We support intergenerational play and independent discovery. The museum is a safe space for children of all backgrounds and abilities to explore, experiment, and interact with the natural and built world.


This event is part of a hub:

Sharing Our Stories

Nutrien Wonderhub Saskatoon, SK

Children and families will engage with local artists and storytellers to explore all the things that make them unique while exploring the beauty of diversity. Each of the Culture Days - Sharing Our Stories Events will be offered virtually w...