Monday, June 10, 2019

June is National Indigenous History Month

June is National Indigenous History Month

Enjoy a month-long series of events, educational, cultural, and culinary experiences during National Indigenous History Month. Celebrate the heritage, contributions and cultures of Indigenous peoples in Canada all June long at Toronto History Museums
Hoop Dancer Rhonda Doxtator performs at the 2017 Indigenous Arts Festival.


Indigenous Arts Festival – June 21 to 23

Enjoy the annual Indigenous Arts Festival at Fort York National Historic Site! Celebrate traditional and contemporary Indigenous theatre, storytelling, film, crafts, and culinary experiences. Featuring  performances by Indigenous artists from across Turtle Island, including Beatrice DeerQuantum TangleFawn Big CanoeJah'kota and more.

The festival is produced by the City of Toronto in partnership with Mississaugas of the Credit First NationNa-Me-Res, the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, and The Friends of Fort York. The festival is presented by Tim Hortons with financial support from the Government of Canada.

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