Toronto holds 6th annual Indigenous Legacy Gathering

A large event shows lots of people and vendor tens in bright colours like pink, blue, yellow and red and orange. It is outdoors and sunny.
John Keeshig is the Knowledge Keeper who is guiding the design of the Teaching Lodge within the Spirit Garden that will be presented at city hall next year. Photo by the Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre.
Olivea Loo - CFPT - TorontoON | 26-09-2023
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Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre will be hosting the 6th annual Indigenous Legacy Gathering at Nathan Phillips Square Sept. 29-30.

The event will kick off at 7 a.m. with a lighting of the fire ceremony. This event honours the diversity of all Indigenous cultures on Turtle Island (Canada, the United States of America and South America).    

There will be stories, teachings, and vibrant traditional practices shared by Indigenous people are shared through workshops, presentations, dance, film, and music. Official Program Book  Headlining the two-day gathering are: All Nations Junior Drum Group, Aztec Dancers Group Dance, Kevin Sandy, Anthony Gladue, Semiah Smith, EJ Kwandibens, J’net Ayayqwayaksheelth, Red Bear Singers and others.

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