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Reconciliation Stories: An Evening with Richard Van Camp

Posted in Indigenous
Nov 19, 2019

Author and storyteller Richard Van Camp

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 19
Location: Station 20 West (1120 20th St. West)
Time: 7 pm (doors at 6:30 pm)
Admission: Free

Join us for an evening of storytelling and community building with Richard Van Camp, author of the award-winning YA novella The Journey Forward, A Novella on Reconciliation: When We Play Our Drums, They Sing!

This is an all-ages, family friendly event (aimed at 8+) co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Science, USask Community Relations and Engagement, and Reconciliation Saskatoon.

Refreshments will be provided.

 

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