Sunday, February 25
Seymour Longhouse, 320 Seymour Boulevard
We are honoured that this Community Learning Circle will be held at the Seymour Longhouse of the Squamish Nation.
Join us for an afternoon of tanning salmon leather, and thigh spinning nettle and linen for making nets. Learn about fire starting, fish knives and other traditional skills.
Tracy Williams, Delmar Williams, Rebecca Graham, Janey Chang, Michael Maer, and Sharon Kallis will be the facilitators.
Fish soup, bannock and nettle tea will be served, and you are welcome to bring something to share.
Please note, the Longhouse has open fires and can be smoky inside at times.
EartHand gratefully acknowledges Land & Sea project support from: