Join us for a unique, participatory history lesson
The KAIROS Blanket Exercise™ program
in the Commons Barn in Neubergthal
Admission $10.00, students free
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Enjoy a day of history, storytelling, music, food and Low German at the annual Neubergthal Culture Day!
2:00 PM: Free seminars by Royden Loewen and Ernie Braun.
Low German by Edwin Dueck, Rose Hildebrand, and Joyce Friesen.
Artisan market and free local music.
5:00 PM: Soup & Pie ($15.00) and free housebarn tours.
7:00 PM: Andrew Bergman of 'The Daily Bonnet' and The Letkeman Brothers ($20.00).
REGISTRATION AT 1:30 PM | FAMILY RATES AVAILABLE
AFTERNOON ADMISSION: FREE
Join us in discovering the secret lives of weeds. What are the stories and possibilities of these so called 'weeds'. Which weeds are edible and how can we eat or cook them?
Laura Reeves of Prairie Shore Botanicals will be our guide. Laura will walk with us through the village sharing her knowledge about wild plants (aka weeds) and usefulness.
An Evening with Loretta Ross, Treaty Commissioner of Manitoba, with elders from Roseau River First Nation
Bring kindness and respect as we grow in awareness.
Loretta Ross (Bimaashi Migizi) is a member of the Hollow Water First Nation in Manitoba and obtained her law degree from Queens’ University. Loretta has been a practicing lawyer for over 20 years and has served as legal counsel to numerous First Nations people, governments and organizations, including the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations. Loretta has worked in private practice for a number of years and currently owns the Loretta Ross Law Office.
The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) is a neutral body, created through a partnership between the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Canada with a mandate to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship and mutual respect between First Nations and Manitobans as envisaged by the Treaty Parties.
Bring fresh produce and quart jars to ferment your own to take home. This is a great opportunity to learn all about natural fermentation - it's benefits and how to do it.
Participants are welcome to bring any ferments to share/get second opinions about. They are also encouraged to bring starter cultures to share and containers (like a small glass jar) if they'd like to potentially take one home.
Location: Bergthal School