Pin made by Elder Pauline Twoyoungmen

Stoney Nakoda Beading Workshop – Late Registration

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.

Register Here