Cedar Bark Bracelet Workshop with Marissa Nahanee

 
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Join us at this year’s Khatsahlano Street Party and learn how to make traditional cedar bark bracelets!

Hosted by Squamish artist and designer Marissa Nahanee, this is an excellent opportunity to learn traditional cedar bark weaving skills.

Participants will enjoy an introduction to the historical and cultural significance of Salish Cedar weaving techniques and will subsequently create a traditional cedar bark bracelet under the direction of the instructor.

Limited to 10 spaces per workshop.

Date: Saturday, July 6, 2019

Times:
Workshop 1 – 12:30pm
Workshop 2 – 2:30pm
Workshop 3 – 4:00pm


Admission: Free!

Location: Khatsahlano Street Party at 4th Ave and Balsam Street (In front of McDonalds)

Note: Pre-registration is required for this event and will be on a first come basis. If the class is full you are more than welcome to “audit” the workshop within the MOV area of the Street Party.

Online ticket sales have now closed but spots are still available to sign up for workshops #2 and #3. Sign up on site!

 
 
Squamish artist and designer Marissa Nahanee

Squamish artist and designer Marissa Nahanee


 
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