Welcome to Our Gathering Place

This page is dedicated to providing information regarding Indigenous opportunities and programs in the Tri-Region and surrounding area. You can view each monthly calendar by clicking on the link. Learn more about each program, including registration by scrolling down the page and clicking on the appropriate links.

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Skydancer Indigenous Cultural Society (SICS)

Field Law Community Fund Program

Over the last nine years the Program has awarded funds to support 115 individuals, organizations and charitable initiatives throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories. With $685,000 donated in support of these local initiatives to date, we are excited to be awarding another $75,000 in 2022!

Vote now! Help make a difference in your community by submitting your vote to Skydancer Indigenous Cultural Society. Voting closes November 10, 2022.

Connecting with Indigenous Neighbours Meeting

We are Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples who gather and reside on Treaty 6 land and care deeply about the land, Treaty relationships and our community. We will build trust and reconcile with one another through relationship, ceremony, the arts and celebration.

Open to all community members that have a passion about building Indigenous connections

Meetings are the third Tuesday of the month from 4:30-6:00pm. Meetings are hybrid and can be attended virtually or in person at the Spruce Grove Public Library.

To be added to the mailing list and receive Zoom links regarding meetings and future projects, please email the group's secretary at dbutz@stonyplain.com.

Land-based Learning: Tipi Teachings

Tipi Teachings is a partnership with our friends from Treaties 6, 7, and 8 who have been invited by CHANGE Health to share their story and create space for you to share your story. You are being invited to create authentic social connections, explore new stories and experience the land. Each date offers a new experience where you might bring your own questions and form new friendships or perhaps, discover that we are all truly related in some way. The goal of this is to protect our mental, emotional and physical health by deepening community and honouring the land.

Learn more about the program, registration information, and future sessions HERE

Indigenous Story Telling (SGPL Program) will resume on September 30, 2022

Story telling is an importance way to learn about and from Indigenous communities. This new program was created to honour Indigenous cultures and to promote intercultural understanding and communication between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. Join Knowledge Keeper Barbara for a fun, interactive story telling with songs, and puppets.

Alternate Fridays starting on September 30*, 2022 (Oct 14, Oct 28 and Nov 25) from 10:30am-11:00am and NEW TIME 1pm-1:30pm

Ages: 2-6 with caregivers (siblings & friends are welcome)

In person, drop-in at the Spruce Grove Public Library