APPI Indigenous Peoples Experience at Fort Edmonton Park

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Join APPI in a private event to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations' and Métis peoples' histories, cultures, experiences, and perspectives, local to Indigenous life in the Beaver Hills, or Edmonton region. 
Deep conversations with over fifty Indigenous Elders, historians, educators, and community members informed the content. The stories, music, artwork, and text in the experience come from local Indigenous perspectives and voices, gathered through engagement with local Indigenous communities, historical documents, and research. 
These stories, teachings, and memories have been passed through millennia. They reflect a rich and resilient history and deep connection to the land and seasons. Whether in Cree, Dene, Anishinaabe, Nakota, Blackfoot, or Michif, this shared knowledge is timeless. It does not just exist in the past. It is here today.
While this is an APPI private event, friends and family are welcome to register and attend.  There is only one registration rate for all attendees.

This is a self-guided tour and experience. Please log your continous professional learning units accordingly.

 

When
July 20th, 2022 6:00 PM through  9:00 PM
Location
Fort Edmonton Park
7000 143 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
Canada
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Event Fee(s)
APPI Member CA$10.00
Guests CA$10.00
Students CA$10.00