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Parking Pass

Please check junk or spam folders for your parking tickets. These will need to be printed and displayed on car dash.

There will be a spot for drop off at the entrance gate but parking on Hunt Club Road is not permitted.

Please indicate the number of parking spaces required.

Reconciliation Dinner

Friday Sept. 30th, 2022 - 6:30-9:30 pm

Each ticket supports a complimentary ticket to a Residential School, Dayu School or 60s Scoop Survivor and their family – in partnership with the 60’s Scoop Network.

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous chefs come together to prepare an incredible meal presenting traditional Indigenous foods in innovative ways.

Arrival 6:30 Dinner and Entertainment 7pm


Please select the time that you are arriving. Plan to spend 2-3 hours at the farm!

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Unfortunately this year's Tagwagi Festival did not receive our funding - we appreciate any support to continue offering this important cultural event. Pay what you can!

Pay what you can *Required


Indigenous Corn Husk Doll Workshop

Saturday October 1, 2022

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Indigenous Corn Husk Doll Workshop

Sunday October 2, 2022

Traditional rawhide and corn rattle workshop

Saturday October 1, 2022

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Traditional rawhide and corn rattle workshop

Sunday October 2, 2022

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Every Child Matters Powwow

Honouring children, survivors, and families impacted by residential schools.

GRAND ENTRY at noon October 1st & 2nd. Powwow ends at 5pm both days.

Host Drum: Whitetail Cree

Invited Drums: Black Bear, Ottawa River Singers, Akwesasne Singers & Brown Bear

MC: Fred McGregor, Co MC: Rhonda Doxtator

Terms and Conditions *Required


Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, 2022

All purchases/donations are final, no refunds will be issued.

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