In-Person Activities

What To Expect:

  • All activities will be ongoing throughout the day, with a break at lunch for powwow dance demonstrations. 
  • Teachers may want to put students in groups and identify a group leader or chaperone to keep track of time. 
  • Teachers may want to identify a group meeting place/time for lunch and departure.
  • Food will be available for purchase throughout the day at food booths on the Treaty 4 Grounds.
  • Please note that Access Media will be out on the Treaty 4 Grounds all week. 
  • This 2019 edition of the Teacher Package may be helpful for teachers attending the gathering for the first time.

Tuesday, September 13th, 2022

Harm Reduction Education

Cool Climate Chemistry, UV Binary Bracelets & Sphero Box Traps

Coming Back Together: Listening to Oral History and Life Lessons for Today with FHQTC Elders

Buffalo Hide Workshop with Buffalo People Arts Institute

Shared History: Live from Treaty 4 with Bert Fox Community High School

Fur Trading Simulation with Bert Fox Community High School

2SLGBTQQ+ and Allies at Treaty 4

Crafts with Yorkton Tribal Council

Geocaching

Ribbon Skirt, Ribbon Shirt & Every Child Matters Colouring

Treaty 4 Libraries On Site

URegina Science: Water activities

Canoeing with Bert Fox Community High School

Impaired and Distracted Driving Interactive Activities

Talking Sticks & Beaded Bracelets

Treaty 4 Goosechase

Starblanket Mural and Storytelling with Kevin Wesaquate

Preparing Bannock for Students with Yorkton Tribal Council

Rabbit Skinning and Soup Making with Yorkton Tribal Council

Dream Catchers with Yorkton Tribal Council

Bannock on a Stick with Yorkton Tribal Council

Elders’ Teachings with Yorkton Tribal Council

Speak for Yourself Workshop: A Guide to Using Your Voice with SK Advocate for Children and Youth

Recycling Right with City of Regina Waste Diversion

University of Regina Faculty Sharing

Noon Hour Powwow Dance Demonstrations

Sharing Stories with Traditional Teachings from Powwow Life and Family Life with TEA and Lisa Ewak

Treaty Education Alliance Elders’ Stories and Visiting “Coming Back Together: Walking in a Good Way” with Vern Severeight and Treaty Education Alliance Elders Team

Kairos Blanket Exercise with an Environmental Context with Treaty Education Alliance and Nature Conservancy Canada

Paskwa Pictograph and Heritage Photos with Treaty 4 Heritage Group

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map

Wednesday, September 14th, 2022

Cool Climate Chemistry, UV Binary Bracelets & Sphero Box Traps

Coming Back Together: Listening to Oral History and Life Lessons for Today with FHQTC Elders

Elections Saskatchewan – Getting Involved with Elections

Hand Painting / Goodie Bag with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Circle of Life – The Medicine Wheel with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Buffalo Hide Workshop with Buffalo People Arts Institute

Fur Trading Simulation with Bert Fox Community High School

2SLGBTQQ+ and Allies at Treaty 4

Crafts with Yorkton Tribal Council

Geocaching

Ribbon Skirt, Ribbon Shirt & Every Child Matters Colouring

Treaty 4 Libraries On Site

Canoeing with Bert Fox Community High School

UofR Faculties and Outreach Groups

Impaired and Distracted Driving Interactive Activities

Talking Sticks & Beaded Bracelets

Treaty 4 Goosechase

Preparing Bannock for Students with Yorkton Tribal Council

Fire Making and Tea Making with Yorkton Tribal Council

Dream Catchers with Yorkton Tribal Council

Bannock on a Stick with Yorkton Tribal Council

Elders’ Teachings with Yorkton Tribal Council

Languages, Songs, Music, and Activities with Yorkton Tribal Council

Speak for Yourself Workshop: A Guide to Using Your Voice with SK Advocate for Children and Youth

Recycling Right with City of Regina Waste Diversion

How to Walk a Good Life: Life Lessons Through Storytelling with Bert Fox Students

University of Regina Faculty Sharing

Noon Hour Powwow Dance Demonstrations

Sharing Stories with Traditional Teachings from Powwow Life and Family Life with Treaty Education Alliance and Lisa Ewak

Treaty Education Alliance Elders’ Stories and Visiting “Coming Back Together: Walking in a Good Way” with Vern Severeight and Treaty Education Alliance Elders Team

Youth4Change – Commercial vs. Traditional Tobacco with Lung Saskatchewan/FHQ Health Services (Red Wolf)

Kairos Blanket Exercise with an Environmental Context with Treaty Education Alliance and Nature Conservancy Canada

Paskwa Pictograph and Heritage Photos with Treaty 4 Heritage Group

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map

Thursday, September 15th, 2022

Cool Climate Chemistry, UV Binary Bracelets & Sphero Box Traps

Coming Back Together: Listening to Oral History and Life Lessons for Today with FHQTC Elders

Elections Saskatchewan – Getting Involved with Elections

Hand Painting / Goodie Bag with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Circle of Life – The Medicine Wheel with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Buffalo Hide Workshop with Buffalo People Arts Institute

I.R.S Indian Residential Schools with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Shared History: Live from Treaty 4 with Bert Fox Community High School

Fur Trading Simulation with Bert Fox Community High School

2SLGBTQQ+ and Allies at Treaty 4

Crafts with Yorkton Tribal Council

Prairie Pollinators and Plants They Love

Fruit Taste and Bean Bag Toss Game

Geocaching

Ribbon Skirt, Ribbon Shirt & Every Child Matters Colouring

Treaty 4 Libraries On Site

Canoeing with Bert Fox Community High School

Talking Sticks & Beaded Bracelets

Handwashing; Name that Bone; Pin the Dressing on the “Boo Boo”

Treaty 4 Goosechase

Sage Pouch Making with Kirsten Goodwill

Preparing Bannock for Students with Yorkton Tribal Council

Fire Making and Tea Making with Yorkton Tribal Council

Dream Catchers with Yorkton Tribal Council

Bannock on a Stick with Yorkton Tribal Council

Elders’ Teachings with Yorkton Tribal Council

Speak for Yourself Workshop: A Guide to Using Your Voice with SK Advocate for Children and Youth

Recycling Right with City of Regina Waste Diversion

How to Walk a Good Life: Life Lessons Through Storytelling with Bert Fox Students

University of Regina Faculty Sharing

Noon Hour Powwow Dance Demonstrations

Sharing Stories with Traditional Teachings from Powwow Life and Family Life with Treaty Education Alliance and Lisa Ewak

Treaty Education Alliance Elders’ Stories and Visiting “Coming Back Together: Walking in a Good Way” with Vern Severeight and Treaty Education Alliance Elders Team

Youth4Change – Commercial vs. Traditional Tobacco with Lung Saskatchewan/FHQ Health Services (Red Wolf)

Kairos Blanket Exercise with an Environmental Context with Treaty Education Alliance and Nature Conservancy Canada

Paskwa Pictograph and Heritage Photos with Treaty 4 Heritage Group

Dry Dance at Balcarres Hall with Yorkton Tribal Council (Thursday Evening)

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map


Session Descriptions

Harm Reduction Education

Facilitator(s): Erin Hidlebaugh AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan & Rolly Aurrora, Education Coordinator – Opioids and Chantel Smutt, Education Coordinator
Session Description: Spin the wheel, answer a question, win a treat! Harm reduction education and conversations about HIV, Hep C, safer sex and drug use. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th
Target Audience: Middle years students, High school students, Adults

Coming Back Together: Listening to Oral History and Life Lessons for Today with FHQTC Elders

Facilitator(s): Elders & FHQTC – Child Care
Session Description: Join FHQTC Elders with Child Care Coordinator, Corrine Wajuntah, as they share their stories  Coming Back Together: Listening to Oral History and Life Lessons for Today. There will be a female tipi and male tipi as elders share wisdom for gender roles. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Hand Painting / Goodie Bag with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept & Julaine Crowe, Jordan’s Principal Coordinator
Session Description: What does Treaty 4 mean to you and why? How come its called Treaty 4 Gathering?
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Circle of Life – The Medicine Wheel with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept. & YTC Health Staff, Kelly McKay
Session Description: The medicine wheel is: Spiritual, Physical, Emotional and Mental. We are taught to balance these 4 in Health. 
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students

I.R.S Indian Residential Schools with Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council Health Dept, Iris Acoose, Enola Friday
Session Description: Language Saulteaux Basic greetings, animals. Shield program promotes awareness and is empowering. Basic practices, conduct (teachings)
Date and Time: Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Cool Climate Chemistry, UV Binary Bracelets & Sphero Box Traps

Facilitator(s): Saskatchewan Science Centre
Session Description: Participants can watch a cool climate chemistry demonstration, bead a bracelet that turns colour when the sun hits it, or engineer a box trap out of craft supplies and try to capture a sphero robot piloted by other participants!  
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Elections Saskatchewan – Getting Involved with Elections

Facilitator(s): Elections Saskatchewan
Session Description: Elections Saskatchewan (ESK) is the province’s nonpartisan election management body and an independent office of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. ESK directs and supervises the administration of provincial electoral events including Saskatchewan’s next general election, scheduled, by legislation, for October 28, 2024. There are opportunities to be involved with assisting in delivering elections in your community as poll worker, or you might choose to ensure you are registered to vote. Stop by the ESK booth to learn more about what a poll worker does during an election!
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: High school students, Adults

Buffalo Hide Workshop

Facilitator(s): Buffalo People Arts Institute and Office of the Treaty Commissioner
Session Description: We will have a tipi and buffalo hide set up on a 10′ x 10′ wooden frame and provide all tools necessary for the participants and community to work on the hide. Buffalo stories will be shared in the tipi to be held concurrently.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Groups of 20 – 30 students alternate between hide work & storytelling in tipi
10:00 am – 10:30 am Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
10:30 am – 11:00 am Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
11:00 am – 11:30 am Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
11:30 am – 12:00 pm Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm LUNCH
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
1:30 pm – 2:00 pm Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Livestream: Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Livestream: Buffalo Hide Scraping/tools tech. lesson/storytelling in tipi concurrently
NOTE: No session Sept 14th 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Shared History: Live from Treaty 4

Facilitator(s): Bert Fox Community High School – Native Studies 20 Class
Session Description: Join the Bert Fox Community High School Native Studies Class to learn about some of the shared history surrounding the signing of Treaty 4, how the current Treaty monument came to be, and how a sacred stone face disappeared and was rediscovered nearly 4,000 km from its home.
*This session will run on Tuesday and Thursday from ~1:20pm (session takes about 20 minutes)
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th and Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Fur Trading Simulation

Facilitator(s): Bert Fox Community High School – Financial Literacy 30 Class
Session Description: Join the Bert Fox Community Highschool Financial Literacy 30 students for an interactive fur trading simulation. The fur trade set the stage for the Peace and Friendship Treaties and Numbered Treaties and forever changed the lives of Indigenous people. Take on the role of experienced hunter-trappers collecting pelts to trade, learn about how European trade affected Indigenous people, and see who comes out as the best trader in Treaty 4.
*This session will run each day from about 11:30-12:20.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students

2SLGBTQQ+ and Allies at Treaty 4 

Facilitator(s): FHQTC
Session Description: Join us for information sharing, talking, games and a safe space with 2SLGBTQQ+ friends and allies at the Treaty 4 Gathering. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Crafts with Yorkton Tribal Council

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council, Terri-ann Lepowick, Amy Thomas
Session Description: Various activities such as: Talking Sticks, Bracelets, Bookmarks & Magnets, Craft Boxes
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Fruit Taste and Bean Bag Toss Game

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council – Yvonne Rusnak, Chantal Nadeau and Alexa Mariano 
Session Description: Fruit samples to promote nutritious snacks and a fun game for kids from all ages
Date and Time: Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students, High school students

Talking Sticks & Beaded Bracelets

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council Justice Department, Darla Batke, Amy Thomas, Margo Kennedy, Shannon Crooke, Esther Whitehawk 
Session Description: Traditional Arts and Crafts
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Prairie Pollinators and Plants They Love

Facilitator(s): Shirley Bartz, Education Coordinator for Prairie Conservation Action Plan, Carolyn Gaudet (PCAP Manager)
Session Description: Walking in a good way can mean understanding the needs of other creatures living beside us. Prairie grasslands support many pollinators who need native plant species for nectar and to shelter their young. Some pollinators drink nectar from many different plants, but their young require one specific plant to survive – such as the monarch butterfly caterpillars who feed on milkweeds, and the Dakota skipper caterpillars who feed on native grasses. Come learn about pollinators and the plants they love at the PCAP Education Coordinator’s blanket. More information about in-class programs will be available for teachers. 
Date and Time: Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Geocaching

Facilitator(s): Michael Koops, Pearl Yuzicappi – FHQTC
Session Description: Geocaching is the recreational activity of hunting for and finding hidden object by means of GPS coordinates posted on a website. Around the Treaty 4 Gathering Grounds, there will be hidden answers to a scavenger hunt hosted by FHQTC Education. Come to our station get the Geocache Sheet and bring it back filled out.
Go to the following website to record your geocaches or scan the QR Code Below

Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Ribbon Skirt, Ribbon Shirt & Every Child Matters Colouring

Facilitator(s): Misty Sparvier YTC Tech Services
Session Description: Please come and colour with us.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students

URegina Science: Water Activities

Facilitator(s): URegina Science – Peter Leavitt
Session Description: The Faculty of Science will cover a number of water-related activities that are often done in our teaching and research labs.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Canoeing with Bert Fox Community High School

Facilitator(s): Elizabeth Ingram, Andre Boutin-Maloney and Justin Komarychka
Session Description: Our students will go over safety and paddling techniques, help kids get fitted with life jackets and paddles and take them for a short ride on Mission Lake.
*Note: Please follow your school division or organization’s safety policies. Students may require a permission form to participate.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

UofR Faculties and Outreach Groups

Facilitator(s): Kevina Mullock of EYES at the UofR
Session Description: Educating Youth in Engineering and Science (EYES), Let’s Talk Science, and the Faculties of Arts, and Media, Art and Performance (MAP) will be on site throughout the day to share activities connected with their areas of study.
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Handwashing; Name that Bone; Pin the Dressing on the “Boo Boo”

Facilitator(s): Mel Hart: University of Regina, and Karen Lehman, Faculty of Nursing
Session Description: Try a number of activities connected with the field of Nursing.
Date and Time: Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Impaired and Distracted Driving Interactive Activities

Facilitator(s): Khris Lachance – SGI and Tracy Church, Christine Costa, Esther Whitehawk – Yorkton Tribal Council
Session Description: Come play a game with impaired goggles to find out the importance of driving sober. AND test out your multi-tasking capabilities with bean bag toss.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Treaty 4 Libraries On Site

Facilitator(s): Regina Public Library, Chinook Regional Library, Southeast Regional Library, Palliser Regional Library, U of R Archer Library, Provincial Library and Literacy Office
Session Description: We will run an information tent, offering info to teachers about SILS services available throughout Treaty 4, offering a raffle for great books, digital demos on tablets, and promoting our upcoming virtual programs. We will engage kids in asking for their Treaty partnership suggestions to libraries, and provide a colouring station and a Story Walk.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Treaty 4 Goosechase

Facilitator(s): File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council – Alana Starr, Shasta Hanna, & Joseph Gallenger
Session Description: Working in small teams, students will participate in a virtual scavenger hunt around the Treaty 4 grounds where they will complete as many Treaty missions as they can in 30 minutes. The team with the most points at the end of the round wins! *There will be a limited amount of devices available to participants without cell phones or tablets to use. Having a personal cell phone or tablet is preferred. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Middle years students, High school students, Adults

Starblanket Mural and Storytelling with Kevin Wesaquate

Facilitator(s): Sport, Culture, and Recreation Districts (South East, South West, Parkland Valley, and Prairie Central)
Session Description: Students will be able to paint a diamond wood piece that will be part of a collaborative star blanket mural while Kevin shares stories of Treaty Four Territory and History.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Sage Pouch Making with Kirsten Goodwill 

Facilitator(s): Sport, Culture, and Recreation Districts (South East, South West, Parkland Valley, and Prairie Central) and Kirsten Goodwill
Session Description: Sage pouch making with Kirsten Goodwill, traditional artist from Standing Buffalo Dakota First Nation. 
Date and Time: Thursday, September 15th 
Target Audience: Ages 12+. The activity requires working with scissors, needles, and leather.

Yorkton Tribal Council Activities

Facilitator(s): Yorkton Tribal Council Departments – Admin and Political, Health Department, Tech Services
Session Description: 
Fire Making and Tea Making
Rabbit Skinning and Soup Making 
Dream Catchers
Bannock on a Stick 
Elders’ Teachings
Languages, Songs, Music, and Activities (Wednesday)
Dry Dance at Balcarres Hall (Thursday Evening)
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Speak for Yourself Workshop: A Guide to Using Your Voice with SK Advocate for Children and Youth

Facilitator(s): SK Advocate for Children & Youth
Session Description: One of our main areas of focus over the coming years is to work with children and youth to encourage the development of self-advocacy skills: to speak up or act to improve their own quality of life, to effect personal change, or to make things more equal or fair. In this workshop we teach young citizens of Saskatchewan to self-advocate, which supports their right to be heard and have their opinions considered when decisions are being made about their lives!
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students, High school students, Open to all ages

Recycling Right with City of Regina Waste Diversion

Facilitator(s): City of Regina Waste Diversion, City of Regina
Session Description: Learn how to properly sort your waste and what actions you can take to reduce the amount of waste you produce.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

How to Walk a Good Life: Life Lessons Through Storytelling with Bert Fox Students 

Facilitator(s): Bailey Antonishyn, Teacher, BFCHS and Students
Session Description: Grade 11 students will be writing and reading their own stories that reflect a life lesson for a younger audience to reflect on. Paired with a visual they have created or borrowed, these storytellers will share their voice with a younger generation on how to walk a good life.
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students

University of Regina Faculty Sharing 

Facilitator(s): Mel Hart – University of Regina
Session Description: Various faculties will join to share what topics excite them. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Noon Hour Dance Demonstrations

Facilitator(s): Lisa Ewack and the Treaty Education Alliance Staff
Session Description: In the arbour circle each noon hour, powwow dancers from near and far will share their various dance styles and regalia with traditional drum and singing. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Sharing Stories with Traditional Teachings from Powwow Life and Family Life

Facilitator(s): Celeste Tootoosis and Lisa Ewak
Session Description: Educators and former Miss Indian World Titleholders, Celeste Tootoosis and Lisa Ewak will bring their expansive experience to the Treaty 4 Grounds each day of the student activities. They will share stories and teachings from their family lives and life on the powwwow trail. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

TEA Elders’ Stories and Visiting “Coming Back Together: Walking in a Good Way”

Facilitator(s): Vern Severeight and Treaty Education Alliance Elders Team
Session Description: Treaty Education Alliance Elder Team will be available all three days of the student activities. All ages are invited to listen to stories and teachings from our Elders, and also learn protocol around asking Elders for help. Elders will also share the importance of Coming Back Together and Walking in a Good Way. These Elders helped us pick our theme for this year! 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Youth4Change – Commercial vs. Traditional Tobacco with Lung Saskatchewan/FHQ Health Services (Red Wolf)

Facilitator(s): FHQ Health Services (Red Wolf), Lung Saskatchewan, Jennifer May Lung Sask, Apeksha Heendeniya Lung Sask 
Session Description: Tobacco Teachings with an Elder from one of the treaty four communities, What’s the difference between traditional tobacco and commercial tobacco?  
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students, High school students

Kairos Blanket Exercise with an Environmental Context

Facilitator(s): Treaty Education Alliance in partnership with Nature Conservancy Canada and SaskPower
Session Description: The Kairos Blanket Exercise tells the story of 500 years on this land in one hour. Introduction and conclusion will give context to local land, plants, animals, water and sky. Talking circle afterwards will also include a prompt to be mindful of this Treaty 4 location at the Treaty 4 Arbor. 
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: High school students, Adults

Preparing Bannock for Students with Yorkton Tribal Council

Facilitator(s): Twyla Cote, April Brazeau, Nola Mahingen, Carol Pinay, YTC Tech Services
Session Description: YTC Safe Haven will help prepare and make Bannock to distribute samples for all participants.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Paskwa Pictograph and Heritage Photos with Treaty 4 Heritage Group

Facilitator(s): FHQ Tribal Council
Session Description: Join the Treaty 4 Heritage Group to learn more about the Paskwa Pictograph and Heritage Photos from Treaty 4 Territory.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages

Yoga with Shyla

Facilitator(s): Shyla Gaebel
Session Description: Join Shyla as she offers a fun 30 minute yoga session integrating some time for play, using our imagination, yoga and breathing techniques!
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Elementary students, Middle years students, High school students

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map

Facilitator(s): Raquel Oberkirsch & SECPSD Educators
Session Description: Come explore the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map! This giant map shows the locations of Indigenous communities, residential schools, reserves, and more. Rather than political borders, Canada is broken up into Indigenous language groups.
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 13th, Wednesday, September 14th, Thursday, September 15th
Target Audience: Open to all ages
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