Vancouver Island Regional Library presents “Indigenous Voices with Carol Bear”
Learn about Button Blankets while making Button Blanket Peg Dolls with Elder Carol Bear. All ages welcome.
When: Thursday, June 14
Where: Campbell River Library (1240 Shoppers Row)
Time: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
About Carol Bear:
Carol Bear is a matriarch from Laichwiltach Nation, Ahwahoo Tribe, Klamatoo in Campbell River. Her traditional name is Kwin-kwa-kyola-gum – named after hereditary Chief’s copper. As part of the government’s commitment to reconciliation, Carol has been asked to teach her customs, traditions, language, culture and history, and to share with or anyone who wishes to learn. Carol sings and drums, makes doll size button blankets and native peg dolls, performs story telling, studies and paints rocks, and makes drum sticks etc.
“strong libraries, strong communities”
June 14, 2018 / 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Campbell River Library (1240 Shoppers Row, Campbell River)