Pin made by Elder Pauline Twoyoungmen

Stoney Nakoda Beading Workshop

Join us Sunday, November 20th in an afternoon workshop led by Nakoda Nation Elder Pauline Twoyoungmen and beading artists to learn to bead a pin to wear on one’s shirt or coat.

Participants will learn in small groups, each led by a beading artist, as an opportunity to get to know each other and build relationships with our First Nations neighbours.

 

The diamond is a common Nakoda design.

The subject of the pin will be an Indigenous symbol to represent your support of the planned Indigenous Centre in Cochrane.

Following the workshop, we will have a social time with Elder J. R. Twoyoungmen. J.R. is a retired school teacher and had a vital role in the Stoney Cultural Education Program from 1971-1975. He loves to continue teaching contemporary history and kindly answers our questions.

 

Items made by Elder Pauline Twoyoungmen

Sunday, November 20
1:00pm – 4:30pm
Venue: Seniors on the Bow
(2nd floor Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre)

Adult 18+ and Youth 14-17 yrs
Fee: Seniors on the Bow Members – $15
Non-Seniors on the Bow Members – $30

 

Materials: The cost of materials for the course is included in the registration fee.

We are grateful to Seniors on the Bow Society for their support of this relationship-building event!

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(Non-SOTB members will also sign a SOTB waiver on site.)

Please register individually so that we gather each person’s contact information. If you are registering a youth in this course, please go to Stoney Nakoka Beading Workshop – Youth for the correct registration form.

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This course starts this afternoon and registrations are now closed.