Indigenous Storytelling Time - Online

6:30 pm - 7:15 pm Online for all ages

  • Started Jul. 25

Service Description

We close the Main Event this year with Chantal Chagnon for a fun and engaging storytime, featuring Traditional Indigenous stories, designed for families and participants of all ages. We look forward to seeing you there! Chantal Chagnon is a Cree Ojibwe Metis singer, drummer, artist, storyteller, actor, educator, workshop facilitator, social justice advocate and activist with roos in Musceg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan. She shares traditional indigenous songs, stories, culture, history, arts and crafts and teachings. Chantal has presented at conferences, conventions, galas, fundraisers, community, social justice events and in classrooms from preschool through university. She has performed at the national Mucis Centre, Saddle Dome, Jubiless Auditorium, Jack Singer Concert Hall, and many other stages showcasing traditional and contemporary indigenous music, as well as modern music in collaboration with various Bands and artists. Chantal aims to entertain, engage, enlighten, educate and inspire everyone she meets. Chantal recognizes sharing culture and building community is an integral part of building bridges of understanding and acceptance. She is a compassionate woman who believes that a healthier, fairer, more sustainable Canada is possible as we make decisions for future generations to come. Chantal hosts a livestream sharing Traditional Teachings, Smudging, Stories and Songs, Tuesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm MST.