Please join us to mark the work accomplished in the Urban Cloth Project.
Celebrate the connections we have made, and witness the creativity and traditional skills shared. The different sites of Hastings Urban Farm, Trillium North and MOP resulted in different work being researched and created at each site.
Join us at Hastings Urban Farm Saturday June 6th,
and Trillium North Park on Sunday June 14
See invitations below for details:
Of Special Note: these events mark the first public sharing of the song by Rebecca Duncan, commissioned be eartHand Gleaners Society as a way to thank the plants for the information they share with us when we harvest. An acknowledgment that we are all connected.
Rebecca Duncan is a Squamish Language Teacher/Translation Specialist. She is from the Squamish and Musqueam Nations of the Coast Salish Peoples. Rebecca has devoted her life to preserve the Squamish Language along with the Cultural teachings that have been handed down to her from her late Grandfather and his grandfather and so on and so on since the beginning of time. Rebecca has traveled around the world promoting Language and Culture, representing Coast Salish people and practicing protocols with Song and Dance and sharing history with storytelling and legends. No matter where you are from, it is so important to know your history, your ties to the land, and your culture. Our history is your history!!!