Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month Presentation

For Indigenous people, storytelling is both a gift and a very old custom, used to teach, entertain, and remember. Since 2004, the Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples (LSSAP) committee has coordinated Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month. Throughout the month of February, storytelling events are held by libraries and their partners in communities throughout Saskatchewan.

We are so excited that the launch of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month will be in Humboldt this year on Thursday, February 1!

Knowledge keeper and storyteller Lyndon Linklater will share some of his stories about Treaty, ceremonies, and First Nations worldview. His stories are poignant, humorous, and affirming.

Join us to learn about the rich Indigenous tradition of storytelling. This event is presented in partnership with the Reid Thompson Public Library branch, who are part of the Wapiti Regional Library of Central Saskatchewan. Free and everyone welcome!

Date

Feb 01 2024
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Time

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

601 Main Street Humboldt

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Humboldt Gallery
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