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Tara Franciss Indigeneast Art Studios is having its grand opening August 1st in Shediac, NB. You can RSVP by emailing tarafra@gmail.com or through the event page at Porcupine Quill Medallion Workshop.

Tara Francis's Indigeneast Art Studios is having its grand opening August 1st in Shediac, NB. You can RSVP by emailing tarafra@gmail.com or through the event page at Porcupine Quill Medallion Workshop. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago
Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation) will be hosting their annual Pow Wow on August 7-8. All are invited!

Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation) will be hosting their annual Pow Wow on August 7-8. All are invited! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago
Check out the Sacred Arts shop at St Marys First Nation next to the Two Nation One Stop, featuring handmade art from Wolastoqey artists including beadwork, paintings, clothing and more.

Check out the Sacred Arts shop at St Mary's First Nation next to the Two Nation One Stop, featuring handmade art from Wolastoqey artists including beadwork, paintings, clothing and more. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago
We appreciate the cancelation of Canada Day celebrations in municipalities across New Brunswick after the recent discoveries of hundreds of unmarked graves on the grounds of the Kamloops and Marieval Residential Schools. We encourage New Brunswickers to take July 1st as a solemn day to reflect upon Canada’s legacy of colonial violence and on the role they can play in future reconciliation efforts. 

For those who are looking for alternative activities next weekend, we encourage you to attend Oromocto First Nation’s Pow Wow on July 2-3. All are welcome to take part! The event will include traditional Pow Wow dance lessions, a free BBQ, a Sunrise Ceremont along the banks of the Wolastoq river, and a traditional feast.

We appreciate the cancelation of Canada Day celebrations in municipalities across New Brunswick after the recent discoveries of hundreds of unmarked graves on the grounds of the Kamloops and Marieval Residential Schools. We encourage New Brunswickers to take July 1st as a solemn day to reflect upon Canada’s legacy of colonial violence and on the role they can play in future reconciliation efforts.

For those who are looking for alternative activities next weekend, we encourage you to attend Oromocto First Nation’s Pow Wow on July 2-3. All are welcome to take part! The event will include traditional Pow Wow dance lessions, a free BBQ, a Sunrise Ceremont along the banks of the Wolastoq river, and a traditional feast.
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1 month ago
Deadline is July 15! Check it out everyone!

Deadline is July 15! Check it out everyone!CALLING ALL INDIGENOUS ENTREPRENEURS!

❤❤❤ The time has come to pitch to win $50,000 in cash prizes for the 2021 #PowWowPitch!

In less than 10 minutes today, you can pitch your business or business idea at www.powwowpitch.org/pitch/.
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1 month ago