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Powwow Etiquette
There are several guidelines that you should know as a courtesy to the Powwow participants: Powwows are fun events, but they are also sacred events. Ceremonial songs and dances, which are sacred, are performed from time to time throughout the powwow. Respect the Elders, Drummers, Singers, Dancers, and the Powwow staff and Committee.Powwow Etiquette - Akwesasne International Powwow - Canadianonly.ca
Visitors should be listening to the M.C. as he/she announces the ceremonial songs and lets people know when they can dance and when they cannot dance. Visitors should bring their own chairs, as the chairs around the dance arena are for the dancers. Do not walk across the dance arena. Out of respect, visitors should stand quietly and always remove their hat/headgear.
The dancers wear "regalia" while they are dancing, these are not "costumes". People should not touch the regalia. Never pick up a piece of a dancer's outfit. Point out the item to the dancer and they will retrieve it.

 Powwow Etiquette - Akwesasne International Powwow
It is requested you do not take any photos, videos or sound recordings of ceremonies without prior permission from the person or group you are recording. Some areas of Turtle Island to not allow the recording of ceremonies. Photography is permitted only at certain times; listen to the M.C. for details. If you would like to photograph individuals, please ask them for their permission first and respect their decision.
Pow-Wow's bring together the best Native artisans, drummers and dancers from the region. Come enjoy these events that offer good music, good food and good company.
For information on the Akwesasne International Powwow, read more...

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Art

Robert Bateman
CUBE Gallery 7 Hamilton Ave N, Ottawa
Free Spirit Gallery Toronto (905) 814-5763
LauraLee K Harris
MacLaren Art Centre
Visual Arts Centre Clarington

Classes

Palette Art Classes 416 Brownridge Dr, Toronto, L4J 5Y2 (416) 995-9136

Orange Art Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario

The Orange Art Gallery

233 Armstrong St
Ottawa, Canada K1Y 2W5
(613) 761-1500

 

 

 

 

 

Galleries

Angie Strauss Gallery 125 Queen Street, Niagara On The Lake, L0S 1J0
Brenda Wainman Goulet 1071 East Walker Lake Rd, RR4, Huntsville, P1H 2J6
Loft Gallery Clarksburg in the Town of Blue Mountains, Clarksburg (519) 599-5912
Jeff Miller 1028 Hillside Cres (705) 635-2754
Mark Kulas 1045 Buck Island Rd
Muskoka Place Gallery Port Carling
Native Renaissance 11 Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Deseronto, K0K 1X0
O'Mara Studio RR4 Huntsville, P1H 2J6 (705) 635-2093
Orange Art Gallery 233 Armstrong St, Ottawa, K1Y 2W5 (613) 761-1500
Pars-Dans Online Art Gallery 416 Brownridge Dr, Toronto, L4J 5Y2 (416) 995-9136
Tom Tomson Art Gallery Owen Sound (519) 376-1932

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Bark Creek Crafts Box 51 Stn Main, Gravenhurst P1P 1T5 (705) 687-0974
Craft Ideas Learn a new craft or perfect an old one
Crock A Doodle Pottery Painting 101 Osler Dr, Dundas, L9H 4H4 (905) 627-8080
That Bead Lady 390 Davis Dr, Newmarket (905) 954-1327
The Bead Lady
Decal Craft 3400 Midland Ave, Suite 7, Toronto
Estelle Designs & Sales Ltd (800) 387-5167, (416) 298-9922
Fantasy in Glass 703 The Queensway, Toronto
The Haliburton Soap Factory Ltd RR1 Haliburton K0M 1S0 (705) 754-3681
Kerstin Stinson Shelbourne (519) 925-5324
Makers Gallery
Muskoka Arts & Crafts
Oxtongue Craft Cabin & Gallery Dwight, Muskoka (705) 635-1602
The Pottery Supply House
The Squires's Bears (613) 475-1618
Tweedle Bee Beeswax Candles RR1, 2149 Quin Mo Lac Rd, Tweed (613) 478-3784
Wellington Fibres 7119 Middlebrook Rd, N0B 1S0 (519) 846-0669

Culture

Canadian Heritage Books Blog

Dance

L'ambiance Dance Centre Inc 100 Steeles Ave W 14A, Thornhill (905) 763-9669
Arthur Murray 3054 Bloor St West, Toronto, M8X 1C4 (416) 239-8149
Toronto Dance (416) 598-4077
Toronto Social Dance School 39 Glen Cameron Rd, Unit 7 Thornhill (905) 763-2623

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Gordon Lightfoot wrote Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald as a tribute to the ship, the sea, and all the men who lost their lives that night. The ship sank in Lake Superior during a November storm.

 

 


 

GIRLS! Derek Miller and the Derek Miller Band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation
Also known as Six Nations is the largest First Nation in Canada with a total of 23,902 band members. less than half are reported living in the territory today. It is the only territory in North America that has the six Iroquois nations living together.

Six Nations Sign, ON

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 These nations are the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca and Tuscarora. There are also some Delaware living in the territory. The acreage at present covers some 46,000 acres (190 km2) near the City of Brantford, Ontario.

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