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The Art and The Artist

July 15th, 2020|

Our community is home to so many creatives, each with their own special medium and style. With all that is happening around us, small business owners and artists are taking a substantial hit economically. Although visiting, shopping to support our artists physically [...]

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Chiefswood Park is still doing Saturday canoe and kayak rentals to take in the beautiful Fall colours along the #grandriver! 🍂🌊🚣‍♂️
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Be sure to pre book with them today by calling 519.752.3969 🤗

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3 days ago

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Each of our sites within Six Nations has something special to share about not just Six Nations of the Grand River but the Hodinosho:ni (People of the Longhouse) history and culture that is sometimes not mentioned within our schooling systems today.
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If you are interested in visiting one of our many sites Woodland Cultural Centre Chiefswood National Historic Site Mohawk Chapel Osttc: Longhouse Ganǫsa’ǫ:weh please remember that you MUST pre book your spot in order to have a self guided tour 🤗
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Please remember to also bring your own mask and follow all protocols put in place by each site for the protection of all ✨

#SeeSixNations #Museums #IndigenousCulture #IndigenousHistory #Haudenosaunee #GrandRiver
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Did you know Oswé:gę’ (Ohsweken) roughly translates to “A Place you all see” in the Cayuga language? making it #APlaceToSee #SeeSixNations
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We want to remind everyone to please remember when in our community and your own to ensure you are taking all safety measures for both your family and ours in these uncertain times, we are still “A Place to See” but may be a place to see, later if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms

Stay safe everyone 😷🤗
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Our winner!! Nya:węh to everyone who participated and to the artists who worked so hard on the prizes @powlessandco @_nativeglass @sageandcedarstudio @tasty.treatsbyty 🤗😍
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#seesixnations #giveaway #artandartist #indigenousart #indigenoustourism #haudenosaunee
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2 weeks ago

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Disconnect to reconnect with nature by visiting our Trail located next to the Tourism building today with your family and furry friends today 🍂👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🐶💕
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The perfect way to connect to the largest Carolinian forest in Ontario, stay safe and active this Fall season! 🤗

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2 weeks ago

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Try something new this thanksgiving with a staycation with the family!
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Stay close to home this year and enjoy a lovely stay with @chiefswood_park at their cabins 🏡
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Visit their page to see how to book today 🤗

#seesixnations #chiefswoodpark #staycation #cabinrental #grandriver #Thanksgiving
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3 weeks ago

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Why do we wear orange on September 30th? 🧡🧡
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“It is a time to be mindful of the experiences of those who attended residential schools throughout Canada, and to acknowledge the resiliency of Survivors of the residential school system. The day originated from British Columbia, where a survivor of residential school recalled how her grandmother had purchased a new orange shirt for her first day of school - upon admission, the shirt was taken away from her and she never saw it again. The Orange Shirt has been adopted as a visual representation of the things which our communities have lost due to residential schools and are a recognizable way for us to show our support for Survivors in their healing journeys”
- Woodland Cultural Centre website
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Be sure to wear your orange tomorrow for #OrangeShirtDay and if you wish to support the cause at Woodland Cultural Centre to #SaveTheEvidence of the only remaining residential school building to still stand in Canada you can visit their website for online ordering! 🧡

#OrangeShirtDay #EveryChildMatters #SavetheEvidence #SeeSixNations #ResidentialSchools #Indigenous #Haudenosaunee
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3 weeks ago

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Today is #NationalFamilyDay 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 in the Cayuga language we call our family Akwaji:ya’ 💕
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If you’re looking for something to do with your family our sites have lots of activities and learning opportunities for you and yours, just be sure to pre book and take all safety precautions necessary to keep you Akwaji:ya’ and others safe! 🤗💕

#SeeSixNations #Family #Akwaji:ya’ #CayugaLanguage #Indigenous #Haudenosaunee #IndigenousTourism #IndigenousLanguages
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4 weeks ago

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When visiting Chiefswood National Historic site you just never know what artifacts and beauty you can discover while wondering the home constructed in 1853 🏡
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Remember to book your tour for Friday’s to learn more about the architecture, Johnson family and rich history of the mansion and grounds today 🤗
Email: [email protected]

#ChiefswoodNHS #Museum #History #Artifacts #SeeSixNations #PaulineJohnson #IndigenousMuseum #Indigenous #IndigenousTourism
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4 weeks ago

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Today marks the first day of Ganęnagéhneh 🍂 which is the Cayuga word for Fall!
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As the leaves begin to change and fall to the ground to prepare for rest, we can’t help but notice one plant that never seems to lose its colour, the white pine.
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With strong roots and the ability to survive even the toughest conditions is part of the reason our Six Hodinosho:ni Nations call the great white pine the tree of peace🌲
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You can learn more about this by booking a visit to any our sites within Six Nations to learn the story from our community 🤗

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1 month ago

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It is giveaway time!! 🗣🎊✨💕
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To help close off the Summer season we will be doing a giveaway of some items purchased from artists that were a part of our the “Art, the Artist” campaign that happened this Summer! 🌞😍
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Items include:
1. Beaded earrings from @sageandcedarstudio
2. Sgę:no greeting sign from @powlessandco
3. Pink glass feather from @_nativeglass
4. Gift certificate for a dozen custom cookies from @tasty.treatsbyty
For a value of $200! 🤗
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To enter you must do the following! 🧐
1. Follow us Six Nations Tourism PLUS ALL the artists involved in the giveaway ⬆️⬆️
2. Like this post
3. Tag 3 friends in this post within our comments
4. Share this post on your story (and be sure to tag us so we can see!)
For an EXTRA ENTRY share your favourite “Art and the Artist” post from our feed to your story, (again tag us so we can see 👀)
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The draw will take place in two weeks, on October 2nd at noon 🕛🎊😎
GOOD LUCK!! 🤗

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1 month ago

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Views from the #grandriver just under the Chiefswood bridge during an evening paddle at Chiefswood Park 🛶🚣 🌅 😍
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As our days get a little shorter and a bit colder with our season change in to Fall 🍂 getting on the river is ideal for a thankful closing to your summer season!
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Visit their page for how you can get on the river 🌊 🤗

#seesixnations #grandriverviews #chiefswoodpark #sunset #duskanddawnpaddles #canoe #kayak #thankful
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"The Ghost Collector"-a #ForestofReading Award Nominee for the 2021 #SilverBirchFictionAward® (Gr3-6)
*Congratulations! Author Allison Mills @sometimesal
@GoodMindsBooks ... contributes 5% of most sales in support of First Nations Public Libraries.
https://www.goodminds.com/ghost-collector-paperback-ed

Nya:weh to @tvo for the article! Retweet and help us spread the word about the #savetheevidence campaign.

... https://www.tvo.org/article/how-a-former-residential-school-is-being-transformed-into-a-place-for-healing

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