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Parkland County is proud to partner in the 14th Annual Aboriginal Day Celebration:
“We are all related.”
Friday, June 14th, 2013
Heritage Park Pavilion, Stony Plain
Open to everyone and for all ages! This celebration brings together children and families to participate in activities that encourage creativity, fun competition, lots of food, dedicated play areas, crafts, face-painting, vendors, information booths and a day filled with contemporary and traditional music, dance and, of course, laughter. Activities include craft tables, Tiny Tots Tee Pee, Northern Inuit Games, Petting Zoo and much more! Check out the second annual Fashion Show, which highlights the traditional clothing and regalia as well as showcase contemporary outfits.
Experience different cultural teachings and activities that profile our Aboriginal Communities both within our traditional lands and treaties as well as the diversity of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples across our country.
This Celebration is a joint endeavour from community partners that include Parkland County, Town of Stony Plain, Alberta Parenting for the Future, Aboriginal Parent Link Center, McMan, Alberta Health Services, Paul First Nation Administration, Paul First Nation Health & Community Wellness, Alexander First Nation, Native Counselling Services of Alberta, Edmonton and Area Child and Family Services Authority and our dedicated Elders and community leaders whose generous spirits have contributed to this event’s success.
Click HERE for more event information.
Aboriginal Day Writing Contest
Parkland County, in partnership with Paul First Nations Health & Community Wellness, the Stony Plain Reporter/Spruce Grove Examiner, and the Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services Authority, is excited to host the Aboriginal Day Celebration Writing Contest.
Stories can be fiction, fact-based, or poetry, and should reflect the contest theme: "We are all related."
The stories can be about family, community, culture, tradition, or history. They can be about a mentor or someone who has enriched your journey.
The contest is open to everyone but content must be about our Aboriginal Peoples (First Nation, Metis and Inuit).
- Ages 6 - 9
- Ages 10 - 13
- Ages 14 - 19
- Open - 20 years and above
Prizes will be awared for First, Second and Third place in each category.
Winners will be announced at the Aboriginal Days Celebration on Friday, June 14th, 2013, at the Stony Plain Pavilion in Heritage Park, Stony Plain.
Click HERE for a copy of the Contest Rules and Entry Form.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, May 31, 2013
For more information, contact Priscilla Gillis, Edmonton & Area Child and Family Services, at 780-968-3440 or email email@example.com.
Aboriginal Day Art Contest
Express yourself through art!
- Junior High
- High School
- Open (non-students)
Prizes awarded for First, Second,Third, and Honourable Mention in each category.
Click HERE to access the Art Contest Information.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, May 31, 2013
Entries can be submitted to:
Community Development Coordinator
53109A Hwy 779
Parkland County, Alberta