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Indiginous Marketplace

FRIDAY – SUNDAY 10 AM – 6 PM

Over 70 vendors showcasing food, fashion, art, handicrafts, clothing,
jewellery and more.

Including:

ARTISANS
Anokian Nature Artisan
Christian Charest
B’s Nature Flutes
Brenda Whiteduck – Big Jake’s Co. Store
Boogzees
Bruno Henry Designs
Cayer’s Crafts
Chipmunk Stephanie and Atelier Nature
Creation Seconde Nature
Evelyn Turner
Exquisitely Native
Four Sisters
Gail Chamberlain
GOTribalwear
Iron Horse Wear House
KHEWA
Laughing Crow Designs
Leather Treaty
David Finkle Drums/Laura Leonard
Louve Art
Millside Ceramics
Rebecca Maracle
Ookomsha
Paulette Wrightman
Pit’s Nature Crafts + Supplies
Redfeather Natural Products
Robin McKenzie
Sequoia
Three Sisters Native Arts and Crafts
Trees Art
Tribal Spirit Music
Turtle Lodge Trading Post
Trade Company
Why Knot Wood & What Knots
Wick It
Windwalkers
Wooden Dreams

FOOD SERVICES
Chiblow Fish + Chips
Donut Rain on My Parade
D + F Events Trailer/Ice Cream
Happy Twist
Heavenly Dreams Ice Cream
Mr. Sundae
Snack Shack
Pelican Seafood Market and Grill Food Truck
Terry’s Old Fashioned Lemonade Inc.
Tornado Potato Canada 2

GOVERNMENT
FINIB Jordans Principle

UNIVERSITY
Carleton University – Indigenous Enriched Support Program

ALGONQUIN LANGUAGE BINGO

Friday 6pm to 8pm / Sunday 10am to 6pm Algonquin Language Bingo is a fun way to learn (or practice!) the Algonquin Language. Each game is 5-10 minutes. Simple one line / letter X / full card.

  • The Painted Pixie
    The Painted Pixie

    Ongoing Saturday & Sunday between 10am and 6pm

    Ottawa’s Premier Face Painting Company. The Painted Pixie Specializes in face painting for families and children. You name it, they’ll paint it! http://www.paintedpixie.com/

    • Indigenous Walking Tours
      Indigenous Walking Tours
      Saturday & Sunday, tours from 11am to 12pm & 2pm to 3pm
      Come Walk the Moccs!
      Join Indigenous Walks on a guided tour of Vincent Massey Park on June 23 & 24 during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and learn about the origins of Summer Solstice, history of NID, pow wow protocol & general overview of what the grounds have to offer. Please sign up at the Info booth. Look for the Indigenous Walks logo.
      • Zorb Balls
        Zorb Balls
        Saturday & Sunday, tours from 11am to 12pm & 2pm to 3pm
        Come Walk the Moccs!
        Join Indigenous Walks on a guided tour of Vincent Massey Park on June 23 & 24 during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and learn about the origins of Summer Solstice, history of NID, pow wow protocol & general overview of what the grounds have to offer. Please sign up at the Info booth. Look for the Indigenous Walks logo.
        • Paddle Boats
          Paddle Boats
          Saturday & Sunday, tours from 11am to 12pm & 2pm to 3pm
          Come Walk the Moccs!
          Join Indigenous Walks on a guided tour of Vincent Massey Park on June 23 & 24 during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and learn about the origins of Summer Solstice, history of NID, pow wow protocol & general overview of what the grounds have to offer. Please sign up at the Info booth. Look for the Indigenous Walks logo.
          • Zipline
            Zipline
            Saturday & Sunday, tours from 11am to 12pm & 2pm to 3pm
            Come Walk the Moccs!
            Join Indigenous Walks on a guided tour of Vincent Massey Park on June 23 & 24 during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and learn about the origins of Summer Solstice, history of NID, pow wow protocol & general overview of what the grounds have to offer. Please sign up at the Info booth. Look for the Indigenous Walks logo.
            • Kakwitene Virtual Reality
              Kakwitene Virtual Reality
              Saturday & Sunday, tours from 11am to 12pm & 2pm to 3pm
              Come Walk the Moccs!
              Join Indigenous Walks on a guided tour of Vincent Massey Park on June 23 & 24 during National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations and learn about the origins of Summer Solstice, history of NID, pow wow protocol & general overview of what the grounds have to offer. Please sign up at the Info booth. Look for the Indigenous Walks logo.
              • Birds of Prey
                Birds of Prey

                Saturday 10am to 7pm /  Sunday 10am to 6pm

                Encounter Birds of Prey and their continuing role in our natural world. In each demonstration, birds will be featured from around the globe. Your presentation may include a Turkey Vulture, Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Barn Owl, Great Horned Owl, Eagle Owl, Peregrine Falcon, Lanner Falcon, Ferruginous Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk, Harris Hawk, American Kestrel or a host of other birds! Each one of these birds is fascinating and unique in its own way.

                • Rock Climbing Wall
                  Rock Climbing Wall

                  Friday 5pm to 8 pm / Saturday 10am to 7pm / Sunday 10am to 6pm

                  Test your skills on Ry J’s 24 ft highRockwall!  No experience is necessary. Rock Climbing is an amazing activity that provides many health benefits. Our mobile climbing wall offers four climbing routes and professional staff to make sure you get some instruction before climbing up the wall.

                  • Stunt Jump
                    Stunt Jump

                    Saturday 10am to 7pm / Sunday 10am to 6pm

                    Are you fearless? Are you ready for an exhilarating experience? Our new Stunt Jump is an experience like none other. Climb 14 feet high to the top of this safe, but thrilling inflatable that will no doubt be one of the highlights of your day. Look down at the bright red bulls-eye that will direct each into our cushioned, shockproof landing zone. Are you ready to take the jump of your life?

                    • Raven on Stilts
                      Raven on Stilts

                      Ongoing Saturday & Sunday between 10am and 6pm

                      JP Longboat is a Storyteller, Multi-disciplinary Artist and Performer. He is Mohawk, Turtle Clan from Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario, Canada.

                      His creative process is grounded in First Nations artistic experience, practice, and legacy. He is the founder and Artistic Director of Circadia Indigena – Indigenous Arts Collective based in Ottawa. He also currently serves on the Board of the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance…

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