National Indigenous Peoples Day

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Indigenous World Winery

2218 Horizon Drive

West Kelowna, BC V1Z 3L4

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Summer Solstice and National Indigenous People's Day is a time to honour the longest day of the year, the beginning of Summer and the culture of the First Nations People. On June 21st we invite you to celebrate the heritage of the Okanagan Syilx people with our special guest, Krystal Lezard, who will lead us through knowledge and sharing with a brief talk about the culture of her people.

Guests will then learn the history and importance of sage and smudging, taking home a bundle of your own with sage harvested by Krysal and transformed into a smudge bundle made by you with her guidance. After working up a snack sized appetite, Chef Andrea Callan of the Red Fox Club will teach us how to make bannock, a traditional food of the First Nations people, before we close the evening with a friendship dance.

Guests are welcomed and encouraged to finish their evening in the wine shop for a complimentary wine tasting and if you wish to indulge in a late dinner at the Red Fox Club, please do so by making a reservation. You can call or email Tracey at the Red Fox Club. 778-755-6360 or dine@redfoxclub.ca

We look forward to celebrating with you!

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Indigenous World Winery

2218 Horizon Drive

West Kelowna, BC V1Z 3L4

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