celebrating national indigenous history month
June 21, 2023 is National Indigenous People's Day
This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Mètis peoples.
Please take time to celebrate and honour through attending a local event in your area:
Boozhoo friends! Mark your calendars for our National Indigenous Peoples Day - Honouring our Graduates Pow-Wow. Celebrate the success of our students and wish them well.
Date: Wednesday, June 21, 2023 (National Indigenous Peoples Day), Grand Entries at 1pm and 7pm
Location: Kenora Recreation Centre - Kenora, ON
Who should attend: Open to the public. No RSVP necessary.
Host Drum: Mo'Town Singers
Invited Drums: Battle Nation, Red Cloud & Hanisha
Hosted in partnership with our friends at Ne-Chee Friendship Centre.
Thunder Bay: National-Indigenous-Peoples-Day-Poster.pdf
Fort William First Nation, Anemki Wajiw Mount McKay. The day will include a pow wow, entertainment, crafters and feast. The event is free, and all are welcome!
- 5:30am Sunrise Ceremony with Elder John Gagnon (the sun rises at 5:56am)
- 12pm Opening Ceremonies
- 1pm Grand Entry
- 5pm Feast
- 7pm Pow wow ends & giveaways