SUN AUG 12

HARMONY GARDEN, X̱wemelch’stn pen̓em̓áy

SUNDAY, AUG 12 | HARMONY GARDEN
X̱wemelch’stn pen̓em̓áy (Squamish) | xʷmə́ləčθən (Henqiminem)

 

T’Uy’t’tanat Cease Wyss
1 – 4 PM
Indigenous plant use walk with Vines Arts festival and Ayas Men Men of the Squamish Nation Harmony Garden, X̱wemelch’stn pen̓em̓áy, is a community garden in the village of Xwemelch’stn, now known as the Squamish Capilano Indian Reserve. It is a space created for Indigenous Food Sovereignty 10 years in the making, which combines greenhouse, indigenous botanical garden, food crops and education space for learning about Indigenous Plant use. Kultsia Barbara Wyss, T’uy’t’tanat Cease Wyss and Senaqwila Wyss are major roles in creating and maintaining this space in their community. It is an open space for keeping Indigenous food practices alive, and has been managing Mason Bee hives for many years as well.

AT A GLANCE

SUN AUG 12 |
HARMONY GARDEN

1 – 4 PM PM
Cease Wyss
Plant Walk, Salve Making

Harmony Gardens

187 Whonoak Rd

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Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

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