Family Wool Weaving Workshop with Tanina Williams
In this workshop, Tanina Williams will teach the basics of traditional wool weaving.
Tanina Williams is Lil’wat7ul. She is an educator, weaver, knowledge keeper about traditional plant use and storyteller, who has worked for decades with at-risk youth, children, and teachers, to try and raise awareness and appreciation for indigenous ways of knowing. She runs her own consultancy firm, Amawílc, (Ucwalmictws for “come back to life”) with the mission to bring indigenous and non-indigenous people together, through workshops, presentations and the practice of sharing circles. Learn more at amawilc.com.
This workshop is for kids ages 7 and up with an adult! Registration opens on Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m., and space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-935-8435 to claim spots for your family. Please let us know the names and ages for each child who will be attending!
This program is generously supported by the Whistler Pemberton Literacy Partnership.