Oakville Community Foundation
- VIRTUAL- (Video available to all Halton schools) JK – Grade 8
In the tradition of the Anishinaabe (the Original People), and the Haudenosaunee (People of the Longhouse), this journey follows the elements of their traditional teachings and Thanksgiving Address in which we acknowledge and express our collective appreciation for what the Creation provides for us. In addition to the Creator and his Spirit helpers, both the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee as do many First Nations, give thanks for the People, Mother Earth, Water, Plant Life, Fruits, Medicines, Fish, Trees, Birds, Four Winds, Grandfather Thunder, Elder Brother the Sun, Grandmother Moon, and the Stars.
Join Indigenous Knowledge Keeper Stephen Paquette and take a virtual walk along Oakville’s trail system, specifically Lion’s Valley Moccasin Trail. Explore the local interrelationships between people and our natural environment.