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Jordan Daniels Live in Herschel

History & heritage Indigenous Intercultural Music Performance
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Herschel Memorial Hall

R.M. of Mountain View #318, SK

Directions: If you're having trouble finding it, come to Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre! You can find us on Google maps.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Jordan Daniels, originally from Mistawasis First Nation, is a Metis teen who found a connection to his cultural heritage through fiddle music, a tradition passed down through his family for generations. Daniels holds 4 Junior Championship titles from the John Arcand Fiddle Fest, and is also a student of Arcand.

Join us in Herschel, Saskatchewan at the Herschel Memorial Hall to listen to this beautifully significant music on September 29, 2019. Doors of the hall open at 1:30, show starts at 2:00, ends at 3:00. Events and tours, along with snacks and drinks, will be served at Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre in Herschel both prior to and following the show.

Ancient Echoes Metis Culture Days

1:00 - 5:00 PM

Sunday, September 29, 2019



Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre

Ancient Echoes is a volunteer-run, community-based projects which aims to promote the peoples, history, paleontology, and ecology of the area forming the Coal Mine Ravine in the Eagle Creek Valley.

We offer tours to ancient Indigenous petroglyphs, stone formations, a buffalo jump, vision quest, turtle effigy and more from May - September. In the Fall and Spring we offer tours by appointment.

Our Valley View Tea Room is also volunteer-run, providing coffee, tea, desserts, and other treats for locals and visiting guests three days of the week in the summer and one day a week in the Fall, Winter, and early Spring.


Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre