National Indigenous Peoples Day

Recognizing the Contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis People

Each year on June 21, Canada celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day (formerly known as National Aboriginal Day). This day is a celebration of indigenous culture and heritage, and the valuable contributions it has made to Canadian society. Activities include a mini pow-wow, children’s activities, and a traditional feast at Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society’s Turtle Island Festival, along with programming at the Okanagan Heritage Museum.

For more information, contact our Visitor Centre.

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