25 May

11:00am - 4:00pm

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  • Everyone and all skills levels are welcome!
  • $55 per participant
  • All materials included (beading package)

Join us for this beading workshop! Everyone and all skills levels are welcome!

This workshop is for all levels, no experience needed  (youth need to be accompanied by an adult)

Free parking and admission to the site, trails, and exhibits are included in the cost.
Coffee, tea, and water will be provided as refreshments!

For lunch, our restaurant with it’s brand new menu will be open 11 a.m. – 4 p.m..


Saturday, May 25, 2024

11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Join artist Honey Constant-Inglis to learn how to make a beaded wristlet!




*Thank you to CWB Financial Group for supporting our 2024 workshop series

Honey Constant-Inglis


tânisi nitôtêmak! I’m Honey Constant-Inglis (They/She) I am an Artist, Archaeologist, and Heritage Educator from Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation. I own Honey Willow nêhiyaw Studio (@HoneyWillowCreations)
Honey Willow nêhiyaw Studio is an inclusive and welcoming space for everyone on their reconciliation journey. Our community is the heart of our work that honours Indigenous heritage through workshops, beadwork, and community initiatives. We create space for dispelling myths, turning theory into practice, and connecting meaningfully with one another.
I’ve been beading since I was a teen but it was not until four years ago that I started beading almost every day. Since then I’ve been fortunate to create artwork full time and be my own boss! My favourite part of beading is creating something that people feel beautiful, powerful, or amazing in. I create my fire colour beadwork with the intention that you feel strong, valued, and acts as a visual reminder that you are loved.

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