"Do not ask the Creator to guide your footsteps, if you are not willing to move your feet."
I have two time slots available currently for the June dreamcatcher event: Friday, June 25 from 12 pm to 5 pm and Sunday, June 27 from 12 pm to 5 pm. The time frame works like this:
12 pm to 1 pm Guests arriving, pandemic screening/protection equipment, signing of waivers, property orientation.
1 pm to 4 pm Guided instruction/activities including a take home project. In June, the traditional item you will be making is a dreamcatcher made with red dogwood/sinew and participating in Indigenous ceremonies such as smudging/drumming/singing. Pending fire restrictions, a campfire may be possible during approved fire burning hours. Refreshments provided by Bannock Lady including 2 pieces of bannock; butter/blueberry sauce; napkins/knife; cheese; sausage; carrots; celery; and beverage (water or juice).
4 pm to 5 pm Guests departing, playing yard games, sightseeing, photograph opportunities.
For any guests bringing young children (12 and under), these children need to be supervised by their parent or other responsible adult. Extra care must be taken around any open flames.
Together we will explore some Indigenous activities and practices through my lens. Pricing and booking information can be obtained by emailing me at