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Saturday, September 24, 2022
12:00pm – 4:00pm
Join the Auburn Bay Residents Association in partnership with the First Nations Arts Alliance for our first ever Creating Community with Music: A First Nations Celebration. This all-ages event will feature music from The Double Rider Band, Winter Count, Penny & Kirby Smith, Desert Orchid Band, and Jax Running Rabbit, along with a mini market of arts and crafts, an indigenous food truck, opportunities for meet and greets with elders, and more!
Plus, in conjunction with National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, orange t-shirts will be available for purchase by the First Nations Arts Alliance. Cost is $25 each and payment is available by cash, debit or credit.
Bring the whole family down, and join us in engaging the nation by facilitating communication and connection and changing stereotypes.
Regular guest rules apply.
Please Note – all the event activities and attractions for our upcoming ‘Creating Community with Music: A First Nations Celebration’ event will be located in the main green space and at the amphitheatre. Please make your way to these areas upon your arrival to the park.
Be sure to arrive early! Introductions, Elder greetings and Smudge are all scheduled to begin at noon!
SPECIAL EVENT FAMILY MUSTER POINT:
We will be implementing the ‘Special Event Family Muster Point’ for our First Nations Celebration event. We highly recommend to all residents, particularly those with children, to familiarize yourselves with the location and the details of the Family Muster Point. CLICK HERE to learn more!
Please be aware, in addition to videography and photography, the ABRA will be also be capturing the experience of this event with drone footage. We would like to remind everyone, however, that this footage is for ABRA marketing purposes, and it is strictly prohibited for unauthorized drone use by others on or in ABRA property at any time.