Saturday, February 26: T'Sou-ke Spirit Festival

10am to 4pm, Edward Milne Community School, Sooke

Enjoy T’Sou-ke’s first annual Spirit Festival celebration at Edward Milne Community School. A free program of events will include an exhibition of First Nations art, a fashion show (1pm) and traditional drumming and singing (2-4pm).

The festival wraps with special theatrical performance of Cla-Moise, “Wild Woman of the Woods” at 4pm (Admission $10 adults and $5 for youth 12 yrs and under), and traditional foods will be served following the play. For further information, please email spirit.festival.2011@gmail.com

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