This year's theme:
The 'Year of Family'
in the spirit of reconciliation
Saskatoon’s Métis Cultural Days is back for its fifth year and will be held September 8 – 11, 2021. We invite people of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and abilities to come together and learn about Métis Culture and Arts and to celebrate the strength and vibrancy of our community.
2018 recipient and 2019 nominee of the Aboriginal Tourism Award.
Welcome to the 5th Annual Métis Cultural Days
This FREE event is excited to be back at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum, as we celebrate the ‘Year of Family’.
Interactive Métis Village, Elder Stories, Métis Market, Children’s Activities, Fiddler's, Singers, Square Dancers, Jiggers, Outdoor Kitchen Party Stage, Kayas Stage on Boomtown Street, Traditional Games, Interfaith Service & Gospel Jamboree, FREE Pancake Breakfast, Celebrity Neckbone Eating Contest, Art Auction and Charity Dinner (purchased ticket needed), Jigging Competition, and more!
Step inside and learn from our Métis Elders as they sit and tell stories of our history, both in Michif and English. Have the children engage in games and activities of the Métis. Enjoy a tasting of our traditional food, shop at our Métis Market, or enjoy our outdoor Kitchen Party Stage and Kayas Stage, on Boomtown Street, for performances that will bring you back to a time and place that is dear to all Métis.
FREE TO PUBLIC!
FRIDAY 5:00 pm to 10 pm
Jigging Competition and Family Dance
SATURDAY 10:00 am to 5 pm
Find Métis people from the past - History Scavenger Hunt
Celebrity neckbone eating competition
Bannock on a stick
King & Queen Trappers
Michif language teachings
Horse and buggy rides
Kids face painting
SUNDAY 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
FREE pancake breakfast
Métis & Cultural performances
Public open mic
Thank you to all our sponsors! Without your help, this event would not be possible.
Saskatoon Community Foundation
Sask Culture funded by Sask Lotteries
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In the spirit of reconciliation.
The Métis Cultural Days will play host to community participation, awareness and engagement in Métis Arts, Culture and History.