Join kihêw waciston, MacEwan University’s Indigenous Centre, for a month of activities and events leading up to National Indigenous Peoples Day. Engage in learning opportunities as we celebrate through music, art, land-based activities and teachings.

kihêw waciston’s goal is to create spaces for ceremony, language and culture, while understanding the impact that spiritual connection has on Indigenous identity and educational success. In connection to honouring Indigenous peoples, we acknowledge our respect for all living things, and that we are all interconnected with the trees, cosmos, water, animals and this land.

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

Events

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Youth Logo Design Contest
We invite youth to submit designs for Orange Shirt Day 2022. Winning logo entrant receives a prize! Deadline to submit is Friday, June 24. Email submissions to: kw@macewan.ca
Orange Shirt Day 2021 logo. Email submission
All My Relations: Celebrate the winged and four-legged
Across June, head to MacEwan Library’s Makerspace (6-203) as part of your celebrations of Indigenous Peoples. To honor our Treaty 6 Marker and the good work of everyone at kihêw waciston, request “maskwa,” a vinyl cut bear designed by alumni Keestin O’Dell, or “kihew,” a 3D-printed eagle.
Bear and eagle image. Makerspace

Partners

  • City of Edmonton
  • Edmonton Catholic Schools
  • Edmonton Public Library
  • Edmonton Public Schools

Hosted by:

kihêw waciston Indigenous Centre
MacEwan.ca/KW

MacEwan Library
MacEwan.ca/Library