Traditional Teachings Randall Tetlichi

Kaslo—St. Andrew’s Heritage Hall—500 4th St.

Elder Randall Tetlichi, from the Vuntut Gwitchin in Old Crow, Yukon Territory, will be sharing Traditional Teachings and healing through ceremony, song and storytelling. His  teachings are rooted in living on the land and how to carry this relationship into the modern world. Take time for yourself to improve your relationships, deepen your spiritual connection, learn through story, and traditional ways of knowing.

  • Monday June 20 — Drum and Rattle Making  9:30am -4pm—lunch provided
  • Tuesday June 21 — Drum and Rattle Making  9:30am -4pm—lunch provided 
  • Wednesday June 22 — Traditional Teachings: singing, drumming, storytelling, prayers   9:30am -4pm—lunch provided
  • Thursday June 23— Ceremonial Fire– At the Beach  9:30am -4pm—lunch provided. Bring a chair and dress for the weather.

Please register  before Wednesday June 15—Register for one or more days. Limited spaces. No cost to participate. Priority will be given to Kaslo and area residents.

Contact: Jana Gmür at 250-353-7691 ext 210 or janagmur@nklcss.org to register or for more information

Funding provided by: Victims and Survivors of Crime week—Department of Justice Canada in partnership with North Kootenay Lake Community Service Society 

Randall poster June 2022