Explore traditional fire-making with flint and steel, bow drills and char cloth, make a mini-quilliq (Soapstone lamp) to take home, immerse yourself in storytelling and Indigenous teachings from around the world, and conduct fun hands-on science experiments on the properties of fire and water.
Co-presented by TRACKS (Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science) and The Canadian Canoe Museum
Location: The Canadian Canoe Museum
Info & Registration: x218 705 748 9153, or online registration here
$35 (member) $39 (non-member)