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Aboriginal History Month Celebration Event: Toronto
Hosted by the Native Canadian Centre Toronto
Thursday June 26, 2014
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Call Out:
On Thursday June 26th, 2014, the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto will be holding their 5th annual Aboriginal History Month event at Yonge & Dundas Square with MC Stan Wesley.
This year, we have an exciting line-up of entertainers including Black Stone, Digging Roots, Métis Fiddler Quartet and Derek Miller headlining!
As well as, all day Kid's Arts & Crafts Tent, craft vendors exhibiting and selling their wares.
12:00 pm Opening w/ MC Stan Wesley
12:30 pm Pow Wow Dance Performances
1:15 pm Black Stone
2:15 pm Storytelling w/ Chad Soloman
2:45 pm Enagb Youthprogram Performance
3:00 pm Hand Drumming
3:45 pm Fashion Show by NativeTalent.Net w/ 7Firez & Cris Derksen
5:00 pm Métis Fiddler Quartet
6:00 pm Digging Roots
7:00 pm Derek Miller
If you would like to volunteer for this event please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All vendor tables have been booked.
Sponsored in part by Canadian Heritage.
For more info, please see this Facebook page.
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