Spring Festival Happening April 1st and 2nd, Check Out The Updated Agenda

The Spring Festival is a significant event that marks the start of warmer weather and the renewal of life. This year’s festival promises to be a day filled with traditional activities and events. One of the festival’s highlights is the talent show, where community members of all ages can showcase their traditional singing, dancing, and storytelling skills. The festival also features a volleyball tournament, face painting, glitter tattoos, tug-o-war, horse-drawn sleigh rides, Elder’s Merchandise Bingo, weeny roast, craft and food vendors, crib tournament, snowshoe racing, snow sculpture making, and a chili cook-off.

The Spring Festival celebrates the richness and diversity of our indigenous culture, and it’s an excellent opportunity to support and encourage local talent. The festival is a great way to build community spirit, express creativity, and have fun while playing beloved games. Moreover, it provides families with a chance to connect with one another over delicious food and share stories around the fire pits.

Craft and food vendors will be set up throughout the festival grounds, offering a variety of traditional indigenous crafts and foods. The festival’s atmosphere will be welcoming and festive, with the scents of traditional cooking and the sounds of drumming and singing filling the air.

The Spring Festival is a time-honored tradition in our community, and it’s a great opportunity to honor the land, the ancestors, and the coming of a new season. All events are free to enter except for the Volleyball Tournament, and pre-registration is required for Volleyball and the Chili cook-off. To register, please contact Terri Kutt at 780-815-0977.