Regina Celebrating National Indigenous People’s Day

Friday June 21st is National Indigenous People’s Day across the country.

Its described as a day to recognize and celebrate the history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis across Canada.

In Regina, the day is being marked in Victoria Park with all kinds of entertainment, kids crafts, an artisan market and more.

It all gets underway at 10:00am with the “Grand Entry”.

According to the City of Regina, attendees can expect interactive and educational experiences, including stations like First Nation’s cultural teachings and a tipi demonstration.

Additionally, they can enjoy renowned artists such as the Mother Teresa Middle School’s Buffalo Boys and Youth Dancers, Joseph Desjarlais – Métis Fiddler, and the Red Dog Singers, and more.

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