Family Pavilion

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Noon to 5:00pm

Picnic Pavilion


Noon – 12:45pm

Spakwus Slolem (Eagle Song Dancers)

Our cultural history is steeped in tradition, spirituality, canoes, family history, legends and stories of our Ancestors. Teachings that we observe today on Tribal Journeys, paddling our sea-going canoes, to visit villages of our coastal relatives.The image of the canoe is from our Squamish Kwxulth Family (Sea-going canoe Family), and is very active on the water.

Spakwus Slolem is pleased and honoured to present songs and dances of yesterday, as well as today, and feel very honoured to represent our People in a good way, as our Ancestors had intended.

Huy chewx aa, Wey chewx yuu


2pm – 2:50pm

V'ni Dansi's Louis Riel Métis Dancers

V'ni Dansi's Louis Riel Métis Dancers perform traditional and contemporary Métis dance with live music.


4pm - 4:45pm 

Vancouver Pars National Ballet

Vancouver Pars National Ballet (VPNB) was established in 1989, with a vision of both enlightening and interacting with communities locally, nationally and internationally. VPNB is committed to preserving and sharing traditional Iranian folklore dances. VPNB strives to use their art form to connect communities through celebration and education.


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