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July 7, 2020 - August 27, 2020

Myseum of Toronto and Elder Duke Redbird Present: Ask An Elder

Hosted by Myseum of Toronto

This summer Myseum of Toronto and Elder Duke Redbird are bringing back last year’s Wigwam Chi-Chemung, this time to an online and physically distanced format.

Throughout the summer Elder Duke Redbird will be hosting, “Ask an Elder”; an intimate online experience for individuals or groups of families/friends to engage with, ask question(s) of, and learn from Elder Duke Redbird’s perspectives.

Questions can pertain to things such as Indigenous culture, Indigenous history, Toronto’s waterfront, etc. No question is too big or too small (or too simple or complex).

These intimate sessions will happen via Zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays and are by registration only. Only one person is required to register on behalf of a group.

Dates

“Ask an Elder” will run every Tuesday and Thursday starting July 7 until August 27.

Tuesdays: Four sessions between 1:00PM-2:40PM (30 min time slots)
Thursdays: Five sessions between 4:00PM-6:00PM (30 min time slots)

ASL interpretation is available by request. Please provide Myseum with one week notice at askanelder@myseumoftoronto.com.

Organization

  • Myseum of Toronto

    Studio 215, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8, Canada

    416-583-2030

    Myseum is your Toronto museum. Our engaging programs and experiences showcase the history, spaces, culture(s), architecture, and the people, that represent Toronto’s unique place in the world.