Immerse yourself in a spectacular showcase of Indigenous culture with the Masters Indigenous Games 2018 cultural village. Located in Downsview Park, the village will be in walking distance of a majority of the sporting venues in an open, beautiful area. The village will offer a celebration of cultural experiences through workshops, storytelling and interactive performances. There will also be daily demonstrations of various traditional games. After the demonstrations, you will be able to participate in any of the given traditional games, which will be inclusive and entertaining for the whole family to enjoy.
Please stay tuned for a list of performances and traditional game demonstrations.
Vendors will be located in the cultural village.
We are currently seeking a wide variety of Indigenous participation for the Cultural Village.
Vendors may include:
- Authentic Indigenous Craftworkers including: moccasins, clothing, beadwork, bonework, leatherwork, artwork (painting, carvings), and stonework.
- Indigenous food vendors
- Community outreach activities such as children’s mini workshops, traditional craft-making, story-telling, traditional teachings, dancers with singer/drummers. Please note – these workshops are 1-hour in length and must happen a minimum of 3 times daily (timeframes for workshops will be held between noon-5 pm only on July 13 & 14th).
Please register with your area of interest using the application in the Vendors Package.
Community outreach participants will be contacted to discuss details.
Embody the Spirit Pow Wow with Dance Specials & Community Feast
Sunday, July 15 2018. Grand Entry at noon.