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FULL SITE including TRAILS – CLOSED temporarily:

(June 2020 update)

Wanuskewin will re-open to the public on
Saturday, September 5, 2020.

 

After thoughtful consideration, the Elders, Board of Directors and Staff of Wanuskewin have decided to keep the award-winning Park closed until the September Long Weekend. This closure includes all of Wanuskewin’s facilities, trails and grounds.

 

We are thankful for your patience, understanding, and continued support as we prepare to welcome guests back in September. We are hopeful that by remaining closed now, we will be able to showcase a completed and renewed National Historic Site. We cannot wait to see you in September.

https://wanuskewin.com/covid-19/

 

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We work to advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains indigenous peoples. Wanuskewin will be the living reminder of the peoples’ sacred relationship with the land.

 

 

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A unique meeting place

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So much to discover

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A Proud History

Wanuskewin is a living reminder of our sacred relationship with the land and the First Nations people

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