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Learn to.. With Parks in Kimmirut!

03 July 2020 to 28 August 2020
Town(s): 
Kimmirut
Location (Place): 
Kimmirut Katannilik Territorial Park

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“Learn to …” Schedule of Events

Kimmirut Katannilik Territorial Park Summer 2020

Every Tuesday 1:15 to 3:00 PM

 

Weekly “Learn to…” events will be offered again this summer at Katannilik Territorial Park in Kimmirut! “Learn to” events aim to get the public out to the park to learn something new. Different activities are planned until the end of August 2020. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, this summer we are forced to limit our participants to 10 per session, please register by calling 939-2416. All our events will be held outside and will be weather dependent.

 

Tuesday July 7

Learn about Inuit Traditional Legends

This session will be facilitated by a traditional storyteller to teach the participants about traditional Inuit legends.

Location: Taqaiqsirvik Park

 

Tuesday July 14

Learn to Make Bannock and How to Prepare Traditional Tea

This session will teach participants how to make bannock. Participants will also learn about traditional teas and how to prepare them.

Location: Taqaiqsirvik Park

 

Tuesday July 21

Learn to Prepare Seal Skin

This session will teach participants the fundamental techniques on how to clean seal skins.

Location: Taqaiqsirvik Park

 

Tuesday July 28

Learn to Carve Soapstone

This session will teach participants how to carve soapstone while experiencing the work it requires.

Location: Park office Parking Lot

 

Tuesday August 4

Learn to make a Kakivak

This session will teach participants how to make a Kakivak.

Location: Park office Parking Lot

 

Tuesday August 11

Learn to Make Pitsi

This session will teach participants how to make pitsi (dried fish).

Location: Park office Parking Lot

 

Tuesday August 18

Learn about Traditional Rock Uses in Nunavut Parks

This session will teach participants about the different ways rocks are traditionally used.

Location: Taqaiqsirvik Park

 

Tuesday August 25

Traditional Plant Walk

This session will teach participants about traditional uses of arctic plants.

Location: Taqaiqsirvik Park

                                                                                            

 

Contact: 
Caroline Ipeelie-Qiatsuk
Contact Details: 

867-939-2416

Cost: 
$0
Refreshments: 
Not available
Invited: 
Public - Please call to reserve a spot