The City of Markham joins municipalities across the nation in efforts towards reconciliation by recognizing National Indigenous History Month.
They will kick things off June 4 with an event promising to celebrate Indigenous heritage, while sharing on the significance of June as the cities chosen month to do so.
“The event will feature a friendship dance and ceremony of laying down the sacred medicine of tobacco by J’net AyAyQwa Yak Sheelth, with singing and drumming by Sue Croeeagle,” read a statement from the City of Markham.
Monday, June 4, 2018
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Markham Civic Centre – Front Entrance
Mayor Frank Scarpitti
Members of Council
J’net AyAyQwa Yak Sheelth, “One who gives away and still stands tall” Indigenous Arts Educator
Sue Croeeagle, Drummer
For information, visit: www.markham.ca