We are sorely missing Pow Wow this year – as I’m sure you all are! The core of such gatherings is the community spirit – seeing friends you’ve missed & catching up, hearing the drums & singers, watching the dancers, enjoying the food and conversation. Things will be different for a while and so, we are all finding other ways to stay connected.
We are fortunate to live in a time when we are able to make a phone call, send an email, chat in real time, even practice our songs over the internet! Make the best use of this that you’re able – check in on people, especially those who may need a hand, or just a friendly ear to listen. Never has the Dish With One Spoon wampum held a more important message.
Of course, we still need to deal with the usual things like food, shelter, looking after our health and such…which can be a little challenging in the middle of a pandemic! So…once again, we turn to this new connective technology as we pitch our “virtual tent” and display our trade goods for your perusal & purchase.
We’re all missing each other right now – and concerned that many of our events have been cancelled or postponed indefinitely…but, as someone once said, “this too shall pass”. In the meantime, we’re (finally) getting our crafts, medicines and other …Continue reading →
The Niagara Regional Native Centre presents the annual “Nurturing Our Roots”, Traditional Pow Wow Sat. 5 Oct. in Montebello Park, downtown St. Catharines. Niagara Region’s biggest outdoor Pow Wow! This traditional Pow Wow attracts visitors & participants from across the …Continue reading →
Traditional Pow Wow. hosted by the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre at St. Paul’s University College, University of Waterloo. Join us with many other merchants, dancers, drummers and community members as we gather for this annual celebration! When: Sat., 28 Sept., …Continue reading →