Please join us June 21, 2017 as the University of Calgary and the Calgary Stampede present the second annual Campfire Chats in celebration of National Aboriginal Day. 

Learn Indigenous perspectives of the cosmos through traditional storytelling with Rob Cardinal, former Research Associate in the Department of Geoscience and current Executive Director of the First Light Initiative. Wilton Goodstriker, Cultural and Spiritual Leader, Kainai First Nation, will share the mythology of "Blackfoot Skies" and the connection to Indigenous people's sense of place in the universe. Enjoy a dance performance by Savanna Sparvier, 2017 Calgary Stampede Indian Princess. 

Pull up a blanket and mark the longest day of the year with a journey into Calgary's storied past. 

Campfire Chats 
National Aboriginal Day
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Talk begins at 7 p.m.

St. Patrick's Island 
1300 Zoo Road NE (access via Memorial Drive) (map
Rain or shine. 

If you would like to join us, please email us and let us know you're coming. 

Thank you!

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