The Bank Family Days: Traditional Indigenous Teaching w/ Missy Fishman – December 6, 2020
Sunday, December 6, 2020
Join Missy Fishman in an interactive traditional Cedar Tea making and teaching. Then enjoy your tea as Missy guides a craft and teaching about the Medicine Wheel.
Missy Fishman is a Salish First Nations two-spirit person, and fire keeper. She has done it all from car mechanic, painter, yogi, circus artist and now mother. Missy has guided many teachings for people of all ages and works in the First People’s office at Seneca College. Missy has been a long-time Femmes du Feu supporter and is now on the board for the new Femmes du Feu Creations (not-for-profit organization).
The Bank Family Days, produced by Femmes du Feu Creations, is a series of arts & culture events full of engaged activities for families and people of all ages. Activities will take place digitally and at home. Registration is required, but all events are FREE! Each event will include a take home kit with supplies for the activity. Each event will include a series of online videos to watch, a craft to do at home, and an interactive Zoom meeting with the lead artist.
Online Content and Video Links
Presented by Indigenous Seneca College educators
Dish with one Spoon:
Niagara Regional Live Stream Pow Wow 2020
Holistic health and plant educatorJoseph Pitawanakwat discusses the benefits of traditional medicines at the Durham College Aboriginal Student Centre in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Medicine Wheel Teaching 101
Why do we Smudge?
Niagra Regional Native Centre
Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre
Metis Nation of Ontario – Thorold – Niagara Region Metis Council
Wasa-Nabin (Urban Aboriginal Youth Program) – NIagra Region
Ontario First Nations Map