This summer, we will host the carving of the Community Reconciliation Canoe, as part of the SLCC Salish Summer Carving Series, with Master Carver – Chief Ray Natraoro (Ses Siyam) of the Squamish Nation, leading SLCC Ambassadors as Apprentices – Brandon Hall (Squamish Nation) and Qawam Redmond Andrews (Lil’wat Nation).
Carving Dates: Wednesday through Sunday until September 4th.
Time: Wednesdays through Sundays – 11 am, 3 pm In place of the What We Treasure Tour
Cost: As part of our hourly guided tours – included with Museum Admission
Guided by an SLCC Cultural Ambassador guests will be welcomed with a drum song, and hear storytelling of historic canoes from both the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation and then be introduced to the Community Reconciliation Canoe, an interactive carving session with a carver, and a chance for guests to carve the canoe and bring their cedar shavings home..
To learn more visit slcc.ca/community-reconciliation-canoe/