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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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A repost from @chiefswood_park page, with some dock views! 😍
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The #GrandRiver makes for some beautiful Daga:gwi:tgę’ meaning “sunrise or the sun did rise” in the Cayuga language 🌅
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The park is still open to the public, including cabin rentals to make catching views like this a little easier and a great way to stay safe and healthy in more ways than one 🤗

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Have you heard? Sapling & Flint Designs / Jesse & Dakota Brant has released their Four-Legged Leaders collection✨🦌
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All available online on their website! Read more below about what inspired these artists and be sure to follow and check out their online store for the collection plus many more items! 😍
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Among the Haudenosaunee, the Deer is considered the leader of the four-legged animals. In our Thanksgiving Address we give thanks to the Deer for laying down its life in order to feed the people.
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With our new collection; Sapling & Flint honours the leader and some of their relatives across Turtle Island; the Caribou and the Moose.

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#ShopLocal this holiday season for the whole family!
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From November 10th - 21st @ila_sports is having 10% OFF Accessories 15% OFF equipment and 20% OFF sportswear and shoes! 🚨✨AND if you bring in an item from their donation list for the Six Nations food bank, found on their page you can receive an additional 10% discount! 🤯🤩
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Please be sure to take all Covid-19 precautions when #shoppingsixnations 🤗

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2 weeks ago

Six Nations Tourism

Today we honour both past and present Veterans on behalf of #remembranceday🌺
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Pictured in this photo is three Six Nations Veterans from Six Nations of the Grand River who served in the War of 1812, Young Warner, John Tutlee and John Smoke Johnson who was the grand father of the late Pauline Johnson
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Commended highly for courage, intelligence, efficiency, stamina and discipline we honour the thousands of Haudenosaunee and Indigenous Veterans who fought, fight and make significant contributions to the National war effort

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2 weeks ago

Six Nations Tourism

Take advantage of this warm November weather and dine at @burgerbarn_sixnations at their outdoor seating or take it over to @chiefswood_park to enjoy by the #GrandRiver 🍔🌊
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More than Burgers and something for the whole family 🤗

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3 weeks ago

Six Nations Tourism

Today is #NationalStressAwarenessDay 💆‍♀️💆
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On behalf of this day we would like to remind everyone that although stress can help us to respond to the changes in life it is important to be aware of it and take time for yourself and with loved ones and getting out for a walk in the #CarolinianForest 🍂🌲here in Six Nations can be just what you need to Jǫnǫ́ hdǫnyǫh which is the Cayuga word for “to be healthy, to have well being again”
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#SeeSixNations #StressRelief #GrandRiver #NatureWalks #Haudenosaunee #IndigenousLanguages #IndigenousTourism
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3 weeks ago

Six Nations Tourism

With our Annual Holiday Craft Tour that has taken place for the past 45 years at various locations within Six Nations cancelled this month, we wanted to highlight some of our unique art and artists who you can normally find at one of the many sites 🤗
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Today we share Hodinosho:ni clay pottery done by local artist Judy Henhawk Sault 👩🏽‍🎨
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Traditionally women were the pottery makers in ancient communities creating similar but distinctive styles for each of the Six Nations. Utilizing clay running in veins in the ground the clay would be collected and mixed with sand to hold together and designed in to beautiful styles depicting the natural earth it came from 🌍 💕. After placed in hot fire the soft clay would harden and create waterproof pottery, much like the ones shared within this photo ✨
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Judy creates her own pottery through Blue Feather Pottery and Workshops - and can be found on Facebook 🤗
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3 weeks ago

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Oh how the @chiefswood_park makes for some beautiful walks in the Fall season! 🍂🍁
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Don’t forget to stop in for the HALLOWEEN PHOTO CONTEST 🎃 👻 which ends on the 31st of October and is a safe way to celebrate the holiday with your family and win prizes you all can enjoy! 🎉
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Be sure to check out their page for more information!

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4 weeks ago

Six Nations Tourism

Join the Six Nations Tourism team as our Cultural Coordinator!
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Visit the sndevcorp.ca/careers for how to apply 🤗

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1 month ago

Six Nations Tourism

The weather is changing but canoe and kayak rentals aren’t!
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Book yours before this months end with @chiefswood_park 🚣‍♂️🍂💕

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1 month ago

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There’s really nothing that can be matched when looking at the natural colours our Mother the Earth can create even as she prepares for rest through the season of Ganęnagéhneh (Cayuga word for Autumn) 🍂😍
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The landscapes throughout Six Nations can give some of the best Ganęnagéhneh views through the largest stand of #CarolinianForest in #Ontario 📍

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1 month ago

Six Nations Tourism

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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Repost from @chiefswoodpark , w/ dock views!
The #GrandRiver makes for beautiful Daga:gwi:tgę’ meaning “sunrise or the sun did rise” in the Cayuga language 🌅
The park is ... open, w/ cabin rentals to make catching views like this easier&staying safe&healthy in more ways than one 🤗

Have you heard? @SaplingAndFlint has released their Four-Legged Leaders collection✨🦌
Click the link to read more about what inspired these artists and be sure to follow and ... check the online store for the collection plus many more items! 😍
https://www.instagram.com/p/CHvzJ3GHoTz/?igshid=2kb7strxfuf8

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