Indigenous Learning Workshops

We have the honour of Tsawaysia Spukwus (Alice Guss) joining us at the Family Learning Circle to host four workshops on Tuesdays 3:30-5:30 between Nov 7 and Dec 5.

All programs are free of cost, low barrier, and open to everyone in the community. All ages welcome.

Limited seats. Registration required.

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Cedar Bark

When: NOV 7, Tues - 3:30-5:30

Where: Squamish Public Library

Drum Making

When: NOV 14, Tues - 3:30-5:30

Where: Squamish Public Library

Wool Weaving

When: NOV 21, Tues - 3:30-5:30

Where: Squamish Public Library

Salve Making

When: DEC 4, Tues - 3:30-5:30

Where: Squamish Public Library

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About Tsawaysia Spukwus (Alice Guss)

Tsawaysia Spukwus whose English name is known as Alice Guss (nee Harry), is a Squamish Nation member, born and raised in Squamish, BC.  She is (a mother of three and grandmother of twins) who is strong, committed, and active in the preservation of her Culture and Heritage.

Tsawaysia participates in all aspects of First Nations culture, language, community, governance, education, traditional art forms, healing, recreation, singing, drumming, dancing, and storytelling.  With over 20 years working with First Nation’s communities as a Director of Education, 5 years in the Employment Industry along with 15 years delivering Sacred Drum making workshops, Tsawaysia is masterful at bringing innovative learning opportunities to all people through workshops, drumming, singing, dancing, and storytelling.

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Family Learning Circle

When: Tuesdays - 3:30-5

Where: Squamish Public Library

English Learners Book Club

When: Tuesdays - 1-2:30

Where: Pearl Space

ESL One-on-One Tutoring

When: Flexible Timing

Where: Any community space

Scrapbook Storytelling - Expressive Arts Program

When: Thursdays - 10-11:30

Where: 55+ Activity Centre

We are always looking for volunteers

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Thank you to our community partners

Squamish Community Learning Program | Community Development & Outreach I Capilano University

These programs are made possible through funding from the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills, & Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada