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Culture Club at MOA: Honour with Orange
Sunday September 25, 2022 | 11 am – 12:30 pm
This month for Culture Club MOA invites families to learn about and commemorate National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Join MOA’s Curator of Indigenous Programming, Damara Jacobs-Petersen, for stories by Indigenous authors and lantern-making.
Orange Shirt Day, also now National day for Truth and Reconciliation, is held annually on September 30 in Canada to raise awareness and honour the residential school survivors and their families.
Families will have the opportunity to begin exploring the legacy of residential schools as well as the path towards healing through stories. Following the storytelling you can make your own orange lantern, and take a self-guided tour of the Museum specially designed for young visitors.
Limited supplies; first come, first serve.
Culture Club is made possible by the generous support of UBC Campus + Community Planning.
MOA • Free with museum admission Family friendly Program
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