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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.
A Common Thread - We are Unique, We are the Same
Date and time
Nutrien Wonderhub - Lower Lobby
Directions: This event was originally located in Kinsmen Park, near the concession stand, weather permitting. We have moved our event to an indoor location, you can find us in Nutrien Wonderhub in the lower lobby. No admission is required to attend this event.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
On Saturday, come learn about the history of Henna in various cultures around the world. While learning about the significance of designs and materials, participants will be able to create their own designs on paper hands to take home. For our Sunday event learn about oral storytelling in Metis Culture with Cort Dogniez and participants will be able to draw images that represent their favourite parts from oral stories they have heard in their own families and cultures.
All participants will engage in a collaborative String Art project that explores common threads between all the people who attend the events. After the activities, participants will create a god's eye to take home with them to be reminded of the value of diversity and how we can celebrate the differences in all people while learning about all the beautiful ways that we are the same.
- For more information, please visit our website. wonderhub.ca
Nutrien Wonderhub is designed to support intergenerational play and independent discovery. We are a safe space for children of all backgrounds and abilities to explore, experiment, and interact with the natural and built world. To combine play with education, bridging the gap between school and home and attracting tourists through hands-on exhibits, programs, and outreach that celebrate art, science, technology, and the cultural fabric of Saskatchewan.