Language & Heritage Days

On June 10 & 11 2015, Keeseekoowenin School hosted their annual Language and Hertige Days outdoors at the beautiful Clear Lake Little Spruces Camp.

Craft time!
Craft time!

The children from the elementary school enjoyed activities for Heritage Day including: bannock making , meat drying, fish fry, crafts, tipi teachings and a fun game called “Predator and Prey” with a representative from Riding Mountain National Park. On Language Day, all the activities were in Ojibway. They included: sing-a-long, quest for fire, bingo, time capsule, animal game, red willow crafts and a scavenger hunt.

The second day ended with a mini pow-wow and a demonstration of hoop dancing. Many members of the community came out and enjoyed the events. A great time was had by all!

Watch for more photos soon in our photo gallery.

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