Hosted by the Aboriginal Resource Centre of Humber College, this event features Native dancers, singers and drummers from the Great Lakes region. There will be individual dance demonstrations, teachings of the history and contributions of aboriginal peoples, aboriginal languages and traditional regalia.
Saturday, September 29th - 12 noon to 2PM
on the Lawn behind L-Building
Humber College Lakeshore Campus
3199 Lakeshore Boulevard West
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Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
Date(s) & Time(s):
Saturday, September 29, 2012 — 11:50 AM - 2:00 PM
Colonel Samuel Smith Park Dr
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Major intersection is Kipling Ave. at Lake Shore Blvd. W. By TTC: Easily accessible by the Long Branch 501 Streetcar, which runs along Queen St. and Lake Shore Blvd. W., or by the 44 Kipling South bus, which departs from the Kipling Subway Station. By Car: A five-minute drive from the Gardiner Expressway. Take the Kipling exit south to Lake Shore Boulevard West. Parking: Free on street parking is available weekends and weekday evenings. Free parking is also available at nearby Humber College lots on weekends and weekdays after 3 pm.
In case of rain
Pow Wow will be held in L Building
This activity is wheelchair accessible.