Karonhyakatste is a mixed blooded Haudenosaunee woman, experiential knowledge teacher and story teller. Join us as we share in a circle learning about our roles and responsibilities to be good stewards of the earth, through our connection to food and the world around us.
She will be explaining the significance of each item:
Cold cedar tea with cinnamon and lemon
Wild rice – cold
Mini Indian tacos
Corn soup with chicken (vegetarian option)
Strawberry short cake
Tickets in advance | $20 +HST
2019 marks the 240th birthday of John Galt, colonist and founder of Guelph. Take part in the conversation at Guelph Museums through a series of events that reimagine our city today and in the future.
Art As Activism: Truth, Survivance, and Resilience (exhibit) – August 2 to December 1
John Galt and the Instant City– August 2
John Galt Day: Market Square & Guelph Civic Museum Concert – August 3
Community Tea– August 4Buy Tickets