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JOY IN THE PARK!
June 21, 2024
Starting at 6pm
CELEBRATING NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY

Join us on June 21st for Jamii's 6th Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Celebrations in David Crombie Park, at the corner of The Esplanade and Princess St, from 6 pm to 8 pm.


Taste Indigenous food, enjoy a dance performance by Tribal Vision Dance, and explore a artisan market featuring Indigenous vendors showcasing beadwork, paintings, fashion, and other crafts. Additionally, Jamii will unveil a photo exhibition by emerging photographer Maddy King and showcase paintings by emerging artist Amberlee King, both hailing from Pikangikum First Nation and visiting Toronto for the occasion. 


Come and be part of this special evening dedicated to learning about and appreciating Indigenous culture and peoples.


WHEN | Friday, June 21st, 2024 from 6 pm to 8 pm  

WHERE | David Crombie Park, The Esplanade & Princess St  

ADMISSION: Free 

 

With the support of Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, City of Toronto Main Street Innovation Fund, FedDev Ontario, Ontario Arts Council, Rama Gaming House, Charitable Gaming


Maddy King's photo exhibition is supported by RBC Foundation and Healthy Communities Canada Initiatives 


In partnership with Canadian Stage and Contact Photography Festival

Artist Line-up: Tribal Vision Dance, Jim Adams, Marketplace Artists:
Jewelry art by Theresa Burning
Fashion and streetwear by Neechi by Nature
Ribbon skirts and accessories by Laura Martin
Beads and accessories by Nunny Pelletier
Beadwork and candles by Rikki Singleton

Photos by Jae Yang

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