SPECTACULAR, EXPRESSIVE & EVOCATIVE INDIGENOUS WEEKEND!

SPECTACULAR, EXPRESSIVE & EVOCATIVE INDIGENOUS WEEKEND coming up soon, starting with the WILD RICE RECORDS PRESENTED ~ 28thAnnual SPARKLE Celebration, on Friday, September 15th at 8 pm.Market Hall, Performing Arts Centre plays host to this special spectacular & one-of-a-kind event sponsored by Downtown Peterborough, APTN & First People’s Radio, featuring #1 Billboard & JUNO Award winning, Nashville recording artist & Internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter, Crystal Shawanda.  Multi award winning Curve Lake First Nation’s songbird & Peterborough’s phenomenal energy, Missy Knott joins the long list of local talents this evening has in store. Appearances by award winning singer/songwriter, recording artist & walking country jukebox sensation Dean James; as well, showcasing RAMA First Nation’s Bob Taylor Band, fantabulous Curve Lake First Nation’s singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Taylor Merrick as well, Curve Lake First Nation’s Councillor & entertainer Gary Williams. So, hurry don’t delay get your $33 adult or $23 student tickets today at www.ticket.markethall.org

 

 

September 16-17th brings Curve Lake First Nation’s Annual Pow Wow to town at Lance Wood Park, with a Sunrise Ceremony at 6 am with Grand Entry at 12 pm on both days. This two-day beautiful spectacular brings traditional dancing, songs, stories, food, contests & presentations full circle with an Honoring Our Treaties theme.  Everyone is WELCOME to this evocative delight. General admission $8 for 13 – 59 y/o, $5 for Youth 6 to 12 y/o & Seniors 60+ y/o: with children (5 and under) Free. No drugs, alcohol or pets are permitted on the pow wow grounds, except service dogs. For more information for vendors, parking, and directions contact Curve Lake Cultural Centre, 1024 Mississauga Street, or by phone 705-657-2758 or email AnneT@curvelake.ca OR TraceyT@curvelake.ca