National Aboriginal Day Thunder Bay

Wasaya Group Inc.
Drummers at the Wasaya Group Inc/City of Thunder Bay/Confederation College announcement of the DFC Student Living Centre

THUNDER BAY – National Aboriginal Day in Thunder Bay will feature the very best of our city’s First Nations heritage. The Thunder Mountain Singers are one of the long serving drum groups based in the city. 

Today started with a sunrise ceremony at the Spirit Gardens at Prince Arthurs Landing.

At 11:ooEDT there will be a graduation celebration at the Marina as well. 

National Aboriginal Day Thunder Bay

June 21st (Day Two)

Sunrise Ceremony

Light Breakfast for Sunrise Ceremony Attendees

Grand Opening with Special Ceremony Honouring Youth, Youth Leaders (Main Stage)

Powwow/Grand Entry
Master of Ceremonies: Jeff Neekan
Arena Director: Frank Bear
Host Drum: Little Bear, Co-Host Drum: Shadow Creek

Feast – Aboriginal Foods – Sponsored by Union Gas
(Aboriginal Leadership Thunder Bay to host Trivia Games during dinner)

Give Aways and Closing Ceremony

Spirit Garden
Spirit Garden Thunder Bay Waterfront
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