Note: This is a past event held at the Boissevain & Morton Regional Library, this page is being maintained for historical purposes.
Coming to Boissevain October 2nd, 1998 at 1:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the Boissevain & Morton Regional Library
Mae Louise Campbell – Aboriginal artist operates Shagnapi Aboriginal Gift Gallery in Winnipeg. She is known as “Fire Heart Woman” and is an Elder and Teacher who shares stories of the aboriginal traditional, spiritual and cultural ways. Come and make “Talking Sticks” with Mae Louise.
Thomas Gibson – from Bottineau, North Dakota, impersonates Pierre Bottineau, a Voyageur of the 1800’s. Talks about the animals, man and the environment. He is a naturalist with degrees in Wildlife and Forestry. Come and visit with “Pierre Bottineau of the 1800’s.”
All are Welcome
Small $3 fee for adults to assist with costs.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information call the Boissevain Library at (204) 534-6478 or email email@example.com
Sharing the Circle II is sponspered by:
- Boissevain & Morton Regional Library
- Joe McDonald North American Native Heritage Resource Centre
- Moncur Gallery of Prehistory
- Boissevain School
- Manitoba, Culture, Heritage and Citizenship