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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Spakwus Slulum "Eagle Song Dancers"

"Eagle Song Dancers" are a coastal, canoe culture people from Vancouver, British Columbia. They share their culture with songs and dances, using hand crafted drums. Spakwus Slolem, (translated,"Eagle Song Dancers), are members of the Squamish Nation. Geographically located in what is called the Lower Mainland of British Columbia

Bear, Raven, Wolf, Eagle and Salmon are some of their cedar wood, hand carved animal masks, they dance to tell the stories of the Ancients of their land and culture.

After a gathering of thoughts regarding the economy on our island KPC decided to change admission tickets to:

Under 12, Over 65 FREE
All Others Buy one $20, get ONE FREE!!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Eagle Show Dancers show on
Friday Oct 1 at KCC at 7 pm is going to be great!

and tickets are only $10 a person

Children 12 and Under are free
Seniors 65 and over are free

see you there!