If you think Indigenous knowledge (IK) is awesome and want to explore how both IK and science can be tools to answer questions that are important to your community, then you’ll want to participate in this workshop.
Every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:00pm.
Kluane First Nation Winter Carnival 2019 is on Saturday January 19 and Sunday January 20, 2019. See you there!
Southern Tutchone Tribal Council Presents:
Dӓn k’e Intensive Workshops
Facilitated by Luke Campbell
Takhini River Subdivision
January 11 & 12 2020
|Jacquot Hall |
January 25 & 26 2020
|Ta’an Kwӓch’an Council Kitchen|
February 1 & 2 2020
- Participants will create preserved foods to take home
- FUN hands on learning in the kitchen
- Help build language resources via video documentation
- Sunday afternoons we will have a variety of special guests who will share songs with us
Space is limited to 10 participants, citizens of KFN, TKC & CAFN. Participants will be required to engage in intensive language learning
For further information please contact STTC Executive Director, Shannon Walker @ 335-1320 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Mission; We bring Southern Tutchone people together using events based on Culture, Language & Heritage
Our Vision; Pride & Solidarity in the Southern Tutchone Nations
NOTICE OF BY-ELECTION
Kluane First Nation Council
POSITIONS FOR NOMINATION:
Nomination Forms and Criminal RecordChecks must be submitted to Reception or Nichole Williams at the Kluane FirstNation Office by 4:30 p.m. on December20th, 2018 due to offices being closed on December 21st.
The Guidebook is an interactive and informative presentation of the introductory elements of Dan Kwinje – the Southern Tutchone language. It is a community resource that can be taken home to engage the family at home and through this process engage the community in learning and practicing Dan Kwanje – the Southern Tutchone language each day.