Toronto's WinterCity Festival

Toronto'sWinterCity Festival

February 7,2010 - 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

NathanPhillips Square (Toronto City Hall - 100 Queen Street West)


ExploreCanada's French, Aboriginal and Metis Heritage as fiddling, storytelling andtraditional Aboriginal dance fill Nathan Phillips Square.  Metisstoryteller John D. Huston and Ojibway storyteller Aaron Bell invite you insidea 27 foot high Tipi, while outside Voyageur games such as log-sawing and legwrestling are demonstrated.  See the god and goddesses of mythology carved in ice in MythicalIce.  The celebration culminates with the Angels of the Apocalypsefire performance by the Flaming Lotus Girls with Gonrah Desgohwah White PineDancers. Featuring performances by members of the Metis Fiddler Quartet and aninstallation by Birch Canoe Carver Marcel Labelle.

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  • I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for the opportunity you gave me to showcase my crafts and jewelllery at the Saturday Market. I met some really great people, especially other artists and made some new friends. Keep up the good work! Emilie Corbiere

  • Hi Shandra,

     I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for todays terrific workshop on publishing with Kateri. I learned so much and will put this new information to good use.

    Chi Miigwech!!!

    Emilie Corbiere

    Author, artist and storyteller

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