|Aboriginal Crafts with Candy|
ABORIGINAL CULTURAL PROGRAMS
at ELK ISLAND RETREAT with
As part of the tipi camping experience, we offer Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Programs to interested groups and individuals. This is provided through a partnership with Aboriginal resource persons. Currently, Candy Morningway provides this service at the Retreat. She creates a fun and interactive atmosphere for learning more about the Aboriginal culture. These programs are offered on a request basis only and must be pre-arranged. Please call to discuss programs and rates.
Candy provides Aboriginal Awareness Workshops to organizations that work with Aboriginal people; she also works closely with youth to provide opportunities to learn about the Aboriginal culture. Candy likes to create a fun, interactive atmosphere for learning more about the Aboriginal culture.
Candy Morningway is dedicated to working with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organizations to provide an appreciation of the Aboriginal culture, and an understanding of the history and contemporary issues impacting Aboriginal people and communities today. She accomplishes the above through sharing her culture, from her Métis perspective.
Academically, Candy has a Double Honours Degree in Native Studies and Sociology/Criminology as well as an Advanced Certificate in Canadian History from the U of S. She also holds a Business Management Development Certificate from the U of A.
Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Facilitators
Many people have enjoyed learning about Aboriginal Culture through the Retreat's partnerships with a number of Aboriginal cultural facilitators.
|A group of Beavers enjoy setting up a tipi as they learn about native culture.|