Join members of the Stoney Nakoda at the Barracks for a series of cultural activities and storytelling. Learn how meat from local animals was processed and dried, and how the traditional foods the Stoney Nakoda cooked. Try your hand putting up our children’s tipi and discover how the seasons of the camp were determined and the roles everyone played in camp. Learn the meaning of some of the different peaks and places that are significant to the Stoney Nakoda. At the end of the day, join in the Friendship Dance.
Our Stoney Nakoda Cultural Activities are free for the public to enjoy on a drop-in basis.