Traditional Beading Workshopfrom
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Small Group
December 01 to April 20
Make your own Indigenous earrings!
After introductions, our Indigenous cultural artist will show you how to bead and sew and soon you will be designing and making your Indigenous earrings! While you are making your own traditional earrings, enjoy delicious traditional bannock, cooked only a few hours earlier!
On this 3hr tour, your Indigenous Cultural artist will talk about sewing and about the resurgence we are seeing with beading in the last few years, in many cities all across North America!
At the end of the tour, you will have your very own beading and sewing creation to take home! Includes free tour transfer from your hotel or B&B. This is one of our more popular tours, and with limited seating you might want to reserve now.
Tuesday: 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Friday: 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
The pickup time is around 12:45 pm for everyone without further notice, kindly wait for our service.
Min 4 / Max 6 seats available per workshop
Stay nice & warm while saving on baggage space and cost! We offer winter clothing rentals to keep you toasty warm! Includes the world famous Canada Goose down parkas, insulated ski-pants, Sorel Glacier boots, warm mitts and neck warmer. Click here to book your Winter Clothing.
- Free tour transfer from hotel or B&B
- Learn the history of beading & sewing
- Hands on teaching from Indigenous artist
- Make your own Indigenous earrings
- Fresh delicious traditional bannock
- Freshly steeped tea
- Free professional photos
- Travel insurance
- Videos of tour
- Gratuity/Tips for Artist