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

Crafting Workshop with Christine Wiens & Elder Margaret Harrison


Craft Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation
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Quilly's Community Place (Gymnasium)

302 Pine Street, Porcupine Plain

Porcupine Plain, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Join the Town of Porcupine Plain & Metis Nation Saskatchewan Eastern Region II at Quilly's Community Place - Gymnasium as we welcome Christine Wiens, along with Elder Margaret Harrison, with MN-S Eastern Region II , to host embroidery and crafting workshops throughout the afternoon. The afternoon will include time for visitation and refreshments. Registration is preferred, Drop-ins are welcome!

Thank you to Parkland Co-op for sponsoring refreshments!

The afternoon will begin with a video presentation by Amy Seesequasis on the topic of Truth & Reconciliation, followed by an embroidery workshop with Elder Margaret Harrison.

Afterwards, peruse Elder Harrison's craft display table, and enjoy some time for visiting and refreshments.



Town of Porcupine Plain

Porcupine Plain is a picturesque and vibrant community located in rural Northeast Saskatchewan. The Town of Porcupine Plain seeks to provide good governance, as well as stability, security and amenities for its residents of all ages and abilities. The Town strives to provide its residents and the surrounding communities a secure place to live, work and raise a family. Through its partnerships with a number of community groups and organizations, it strives to provide residents and visitors with the best recreation opportunities, embracing nature, culture and diversity and honoring the ideals of our forefathers – hard work, cooperation, determination and “Community Pride”.


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Culture Days Porcupine Plain

Town of Porcupine Plain Porcupine Plain, SK

The Town of Porcupine Plain is excited to take part in Culture Days' three-week celebration of arts and culture. For more information on what's happening in Porcupine Plain, contact Koral Kriger - Community Development Officer at 306.278....