Medicine Wonder Wander along Niwa'ah onega'haih'ih (colonial name: Humber River)
Sunday, May 3
1:00 PM - 3:00PM
Language: English with some words in Mohawk and Anishinaabemowin
Theme: Indigenous Communities
Accessibility: Breaks Offered
By Joce Two-Crows Tremblay and Donna Powless, Catherine Tammaro
Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society Member
YOU MUST REGISTER WITH THE WALK LEADER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS WALK AND RECIEVE THE LIVE STREAM LINK.
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.