Come out to the recently named Tatawaw Park (formerly the Wild Animal Park), which means all are welcome - for a celebration of the buffalo! (9th Avenue, old SW entrance)
This is a family-friendly event open to the public, with plenty of activities to participate in, beautiful scenery to admire, programs to watch, natural and cultural history to learn - and there is no charge to attend.
*Learn about tipis and red river carts.
*Discover historic cart trails in Moose Jaw.
*Bead work and pottery making.
*Try your hand at archery, or throw an "atal-atal".
*Native prairie landscape and various nature displays.
*Pow wow dancing and Metis jigging.
*History of the buffalo.
(Photo by Teresa Davies)
**Sponsored by the "Wakamow Aboriginal Community", the "Northern Plains Heritage Center", the "New Southern Plains Metis Local #160", the "Common Ground" nature group, and the "Moose Jaw Nature Society"**
**For more information, contact Rich Pickering at (306)630-6267.
🐂 So what did the buffalo say to his son when it was time for him to go back to school? Bison! 😁