na’ʔk’ʷulamən (what we do): syilx Traditional Plant Use Walking Tour

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na’ʔk’ʷulamən (what we do): syilx Traditional Plant Use Walking Tour

Stroll from the Laurel Square to the Rotary Marsh with syilx knowledge carriers as they teach about traditional plant use.

By Kelowna Museums Society

When and where

Date and time

Sunday, June 4 · 10am - 12pm PDT


The Laurel Square 1304 Ellis Street Kelowna, BC V1Y 1Z9 Canada

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About this event

  • 2 hours
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The Okanagan is incredibly biodiverse, and the syilx/Okanagan people have deep knowledge of how to use the different plant species for food, medicine, shelter, even natural deodorant! Put on your walking shoes and join us for this always popular outdoor event.

Free tickets are intended for members of Indigenous nations.

About the organizer

Kelowna Museums Society provides the public with educational exhibititons and programs that foster personal participation, stimulate curiosity, and engage the senses with the cultures, histories, and possibilities of the Okanagan region.

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