Repatriation conference update

  • Feb. 3, 2004 9:00 a.m.

Submitted by Lucille Bell–The Repatriation Conference is going full-bore ahead! Denise is busily inviting all the bands in Canada to hear the Canadian and American repatriation specialists and participate in the three day event. We will host a fashion show featuring Joyce Bennett’s Kung Glunn Nay creations, an Art Expo, Tow Hill Tour and Film Festival from May 20-23, with the conference being held on the 21 and 22. Haida Gwaii residents can register for the conference at a great rate of $50 until March 12 and $75 afterwards. Volunteers and committee members who help with the conference can enter for free. Book a table at the Art Expo for $15/day. Volunteers and billets needed! Contact Denise at 626-5115 or heritage4@mhtv.ca.

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