Strawberry Moon Teachings with Anishinaabe Grandmother Kim Wheatley


Sun Jun 11 2023 at 01:30 pm to 03:00 pm


Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) | Brampton, ON

Join Anishinaabe Grandmother Kim Wheatley for traditional songs, strawberry teachings and craft activities.
About Kim:
Traditional Anishinaabe Grandmother Kim Wheatley is Ojibway, Potawatomi and Caribbean in ancestry. She is a band member of Shawanaga First Nation located on the shores of Georgian Bay on Robinson Huron Treaty Territories and is Turtle Clan. She carries the Spirit name “Head or Leader of the Fireflower” and has worked for 3 decades with Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities across Canada.
As a multi award winning speaker for over 3 decades Kim has appeared locally, nationally and internationally in books, magazines, television, radio and numerous news articles. She is a published author, hand drummer, singer, water walker, artist, ceremonial practitioner and ancestral knowledge keeper. Kim is committed to forging good relationships based aligned with reconciliation that honour the past, connect the present and contribute to the future.
Registration is required. Included with general admission (admission can be purchased in person on the day of your visit). Members are free. Children must be accompanied by a guardian.

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Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA), 9 Wellington Street East,Brampton,ON,Canada

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