18 Nov - 19 Nov
10:00am - 4:00pm
- Ages 15+
- $95 per participant
- All materials included
Join Traditional Knowledge Keeper Lyndon Linklater for this two day workshop!
This workshop is for all levels – Ages 15+
Two Day workshop
Saturday & Sunday, November 18 & 19, 2023
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day
Learn how to create your own red willow basket over two consecutive days through this workshop hosted by Traditional Knowledge Keeper Lyndon J. Linklater.
Linklater was taught red willow craft making by an Elder (since passed on) from the Whitecap Dakota First Nation.
Red willow baskets serve many practical uses as well as being a unique form of art.
*We will provide all materials as part of your registration.*
- Free parking and admission to the site, trails, and exhibits are included in the cost.
- Our restaurant will be open, or you can feel free to bring your own lunch.
- Coffee, tea, and water will be provided as refreshments.
*Thank you to Saskatoon Community Foundation for their support of this workshop and supplementing costs though the Community Fund for Reconciliation Grant.
Lyndon J Linklater is a traditional knowledge keeper and story teller. He is a citizen of the Thunderchild First Nation (Plains Cree) in Treaty #6 and has roots in Couchiching First Nation (Fort Francis, Ontario) in Treaty #3. Over the years, Linklater has spoken to tens of thousands of people, delivering awareness and enlightenment on Treaty and First Nation worldview. He is a powerful story teller that utilizes First Nation teachings that involve knowledge of ceremonies and mixes humour to deliver a poignant message.