Join us to celebrate National Aboriginal Day

The main focus for the day will be Aboriginal culture, but we would like to share our day with all of you

Editor, The Times:

Please join us as we celebrate National Aboriginal Day in Clearwater. This will be a community-based, family event that will showcase and celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal people from across Canada and here in the North Thompson Valley. First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples will gather to share their spirit, experiences, stories, songs, art and crafts.

The event will be held Sunday, June 19, 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Dutch Lake Community Center. The same as last year, we are opening up participation to other groups, organizations, and individuals.

The main focus for the day will be Aboriginal culture, but we would like to share our day with all of you and welcome your participation for this wonderful family community event.

If you would like more information, please contact Cindy Wilgosh @ or or call 250-674-2939.

Cindy Wilgosh

Aboriginal Success by 6


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