Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 10:00am
Castlegar Campus - The Pit
Travelling our road of reconciliation through decolonization and Indigenization.
Join us in the Pit at the Castlegar Campus to participate in a day of celebration and vision for our shared journey of implementing the 2019 - 2024 Selkirk College Indigenization Plan.
- Wednesday, October 30 from 10 to 2 p.m.
The event will include dancing with inter-tribal pow wow dancers of all ages from across the region, accompanied by High Water drum group base out of the Lower Similkameen. Musical talent by Native American Music Award nominee Tony Louie (Sinixt) from Inchelium, WA, and Live Art with Ktunaxa youth artist, Darcy Luke.
This event will be supported by many speakers and participants including, Elders representing Nations from within the Traditional Territories across the region, and Dianne Biin (Camosun College) Project Manager for the BC Campus Indigenization Pulling Together Professional Learning Series.
10:00 am - Opening, Keynote, Speakers
10:55 am - Inter-tribal Dance
11:00 am - Group Activity Session
12:00 pm - Lunch Break
1:00 pm - Speaker's Panel
1:30 pm - Music performance by Tony Louie
1:50 pm - Closing