13:00 — 16:00
Canmore Museum, 902B 7th Ave, Canmore, AB, T1W 3K1, Canada
$50 – $60
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In this workshop, participants learn about the origin of designs, hide and footwear. They aso gain awareness about styles of beadwork; lane stitch, straight beading, loom work, peyote stitch, rope beading, raised beading and skimming. Participants will create a personal beadwork item. Supplies are provided. However, you are welcome to bring your own beads, needles, fabric, thread and wool to incorporate into your personal creation. Minimum age for this workshop is 8 years of age.

Part of our current exhibit programming: Wagichibi Îhnuthe: Dance Regalia of the Îyârhe Stoney Nakoda.


Teresa Snow is a Certified Life Skills Coach and a Certified Trauma Counselor, who is Nakoda from Morley, AB. Her two traditional names are: Pretty Eagle Woman and Minithni Wiya(Cold Water Woman) Her scholastic achievements include; Criminology from Mount Royal University, Women’s Crisis Counseling Certificate (from Portage College), Community Addictions Training (CAT), Advanced Community Training (ACT) Trainer of Trainer (TOT) (from Nechi Institute), Certified Life skills Coach, Danger Assessment Training, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, Incident Command System Training, Family Group Conference and many more. As well, she delivers workshops on Grief and Loss, Healthy Families and Traditional Parenting. She is a knowledge keeper of traditional teachings as well as an avid seamstress/beadwork artist/presenter. She worked as an off-site contract Trainer for Nechi Institute. She recently received her Level 1 Reiki Training.


January 14, 2024
13:00 - 16:00
$50 – $60
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