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History in the Hills--Culture Camp 2021
Presented by: Various
Date(s):
Tuesday, June 01, 2021 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Session Location:
TBD, Red Deer AB TBD, Red Deer, AB
About the Session:

History in the Hills - Culture Camp carries participants back in time to experience the beauty of Aboriginal history allowing the artistic mind to operate in unison with the ancestors. This production engages participants in First Nations cultures (Blackfoot Confederacy, Nakoda/Assiniboine, and Cree), Inuit culture, and connects with the Métis traditions that evolved from the emerging cultures. In this broad cultural experience participants will have an opportunity to see a powwow demonstration and take part in a traditional round dance.  This learning opportunity is aimed at school and district leaders.  It will increase the participants foundational knowledge and enhance one's understanding of First Nations, Métis and Inuit worldviews, cultural beliefs, languages and values.

The day will be hosted by Red Deer Catholic Schools, Red Deer Public Schools, and Red Deer College along with History in The Hills.
Sessions will be led by Elders and knowledge keepers from Treaty 6, 7, 8 and Metis representatives as well as an Inuit representative.
About the Presenter(s):
Various
Cancellation Policy:

Request for cancellation or refund must be received in writing (fax/email) at the CARC office a minimum of 7 FULL days prior to the event start, or registration fees will apply and refunds will not be issued. If you are unable to attend a session and unable to provide seven FULL days’ notice, please feel free to delegate an alternate to attend in your place. CARC also reserves the right to cancel an event within the 7 calendar days due to unforeseen circumstances such as facility closures, terrorist threats, natural disasters or extreme inclement weather (-35 C or colder). Cancellation notices should be sent to npenney@carcpd.ab.ca.

Registration Deadline: May 25, 2021
Cost: $80.00
Focus(es): First Nations, M├ętis, and Inuit
Grade Level(s): K-12
Audience: School and district leaders
Special Notes: As this day involves many important cultural teachings, it is requested that women wear a long skirt or dress to cover their legs. Sessions are being presented through oral tradition and as such, we request that there are no laptops used. All cell phones must be turned off during all presentations. Each district is encouraged to register 10 participants Transportation is the district's responsibility.