Visit Central Library on Family Day (February 18, 2019) for a full day of Indigenous programming, including dance demonstrations, hands-on beading activities, a drum circle, and storytelling.
Seven libraries will be open from noon to 5 pm on February 18: Central, Country Hills, Quarry Park, Saddletowne, Seton, Shawnessy, and Village Square. The Rocky Ridge Express location is open 7 am to 8:30 pm. For information about the easiest way to get to Central Library, visit Getting Here, or visit the Locations page for any community library.
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Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall, Central Library
|12:00 pm||Doors open|
|12:30 pm||Opening remarks|
|1:00 pm||Traditional Blackfoot Chicken Dance Demonstration|
|1:30 pm||Métis Family Dance|
|2:00 pm||Traditional Fancy Dancers|
|2:30 pm||Traditional Indigenous Women's Girls Dancing|
|3:00 pm||Stony Nakoda AV Film Team screening|
|3:30 pm||Indigenous singer/guitar performance|
All-day activities at Central Library (noon to 5 pm)
|Children's Library||Beading activity with Amy Willier|
|Shaikh Family Welcome Gallery||Blackfoot Confederacy Drum Group|
|Elders' Guidance Circle (Level 4)||Storytelling|