Huntsville hosts free National Indigenous Peoples Day Event
On June 21, The Town of Huntsville will host a National Indigenous Peoples Day event featuring Indigenous music, education, storytelling, food, and arts and crafts. The free event begins at 1p.m. in River Mill Park and will run through to the evening.
The Town says this event will be a unique opportunity to learn more about the cultural and linguistic variety of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples, as well as their contributions.
The first 100 people to attend the event will receive a medicine wheel pin, which carries a deep meaning for Indigenous people.
In the event of a heavy rain forecast, the event will relocate to the Algonquin Theatre.
For more information visit Huntsville.ca.