Lakehead University community to experience Aboriginal culture at the annual Fall Harvest

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THUNDER BAY – Aboriginal Initiatives and Aboriginal Cultural and Support Services invite the University community to experience and learn about Aboriginal culture at the annual Fall Harvest on Saturday, September 8th, 2012 from 11AM until 2PM.

Come celebrate a special time of year and learn many fundamentals of traditional culture from Elders.

There will be:

  • bannock and tea making
  • moccasin making
  • a medicine walk
  • wild rice
  • traditional fish-net making
  • a fish fry
  • cooking Indian corn soup
  • children’s crafts and storytelling

The Fall Harvest is a unique learning opportunity about Aboriginal Culture.

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event at the Lakehead University Sweat Lodge where new and returning students will be welcomed.

Map showing where the Sweat Lodge is located.

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