Medicine Wonder Wander along Niwa'ah onega'haih'ih (colonial name: Humber River)

LIVE STREAM

Sunday, May 3 

1:00 PM - 3:00PM

DETAILS

Language: English with some words in Mohawk and Anishinaabemowin

Area: Etobicoke

Theme: Indigenous Communities

Accessibility: Breaks Offered

By Joce Two-Crows Tremblay and Donna Powless, Catherine Tammaro

Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society Member

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Walk Description:

Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society members Donna Powless and Catherine Tammaro ~ Taǫmęˀšreˀ ~ date:žátǫ ngyaˀwiš hatiyerunǫˀ welcome us with traditional teachings to be followed by a Wonder Wander with Joce Two-Crows Tremblay along Niwa'ah onega'haih'ih. As we witness the many medicines, plants, animals, and waters along the way, Two-Crows offers a restorying of the river and the Land as a medicine in itself. The Wonder Wander will also include the legacy of Two-Spirit work with the Re-sistering Garden, Honorable Harvest and Moon teachings, and drumming and singing. This walk is being offered in partnership with the High Park Nature Centre.

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