We Are All Treaty People

Tell our Stories Campaign
Tell our Stories Campaign

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February is Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month. Events will take place throughout the province, showcasing the lives, histories, practices, and cultures of Aboriginal people and performers.  

“Storytelling is at the heart of First Nations and Métis experiences,” Minister responsible for First Nations, Métis and Northern Affairs Minister Jim Reiter said.  “Through stories, song and performance, participants will be sharing the rich traditions of indigenous people with the entire province.” 

The City of Lloydminister is excited to showcase February as Aboriginal Storytelling Month in our city.  How do you participate? Within your organization, family ,and classroom, please decorate this feather any way you wish - words that resonate with you, stories you have heard, symbols or your own story or representation!  

Your feather will become part of a large piece of artwork to be unveiled on February 27th.  By February 13, drop off your decorated feather at the Lloydminster Public School Division office attention Shirley Groat.

For more information, email shirley.groat@lpsd.ca  The feathers will be used by the high school soar group to create organization/community dream catchers.  The dream catchers will be displayed at College Park School on February 27th and possibly City Hall. 

Organizations are welcome to create their own dream catcher to display at their business location