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Come and join us as we make a traditional 10″ pack basket and a childrens small longhouse basket with Kimberly White-Atkins from Talking Turtle Baskets.
Pack baskets are crafted with sturdy, tightly woven black ash splints that are used by hunters and trappers to bring their harvests home. Women used them to carry the plants and food they harvest. Today, with the reemergence of natural products gaining traction, more and more people are using these traditional baskets in their everyday lives for shopping, gathering, or simply transporting items from one place to another.
Making this a perfect activity to do on your March break!
Please note that we will have the cabins available for rent for people who are interested. If you would like to book head to our website www.chiefswoodpark.ca
Cost: $225
Half must be paid to hold your spot.
Have to be able to commit to both days.
Date: March 18th/19th
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm
Location: Chiefswood Park cabin
Food will be provided
10 spots available
To register call 519-752-3969
Please note if you don’t show up or cancel your reservation within 24 hours, you forfeit your payment.

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