April Newsletter

Traditionally, April is known as Iskigamizige-giizis (boiling sap moon). For over 800 years the ininaatigoog (sugar maple trees) of this region have been tapped by the Anishinaabeg people in order to produce sugar. This Saturday, you can learn about iskigamizigan (the sap boiling process) and enjoy a traditional feast made by instructor Ryan Bajan.  Following the lead […]

May Newsletter

View this email in your browser Gearing up for Summer The weather may not be cooperating yet, but I can feel (and almost taste) summer when looking through the summer class list. Plans to make pies, pick blueberries, make wild rice knockers, help with the birch bark canoe project, and participate in one of our newest classes, “Creating a […]