Moccasin workshop attracts students

The moccasins have many uses, such as key chains, decorations and gifts

Pat Stanley (l) watches as Rose McArthur demonstrates how to make small felt moccasins.

Pat Stanley (l) watches as Rose McArthur demonstrates how to make small felt moccasins during a workshop at the North Thompson Aboriginal Culture Centre on Saturday, Feb. 7.

The workshop was targeted at youth ages 13 to 17, but people of all ages took part. The moccasins have many uses, such as key chains, decorations and gifts.

MacArthur will host a workshop on how to make medicine bags on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2 – 4 p.m. This free workshop will be open to everyone but you must pre-register. Contact Tiffany Preston at 250-674-1474.

 

 

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