Indigenous Elder Susan Landell Returns to Campbell River Library
March 28, 2018 | Campbell River
After a highly successful and well-attended talk to kick-off Indigenous Voices in Campbell River, Elder Susan Landell is returning to the library on Thursday, April 5 at 3:30pm to share her knowledge about Smudge Ceremonies and the four sacred medicines.
All ages are welcome to this free event. Registration is encouraged and can be done either in-branch or by calling 250.287.3655.
About Susan Landell
Susan Landell is a Cree-Métis woman whose ancestors are from Great Slave Lake. She was born in Montreal. Her medicine name is Evening Rainbow and she has two Elders that guide her; Many Shawls Woman and Spirit Eagle. She is a Sun Dancer and a Pipe Carrier, and also sits on several Elder Advisory Boards in Campbell River.
About Indigenous Voices
As part of VIRL’s efforts to facilitate reconciliation for Indigenous and non-Indigenous members of the community, we are working with Indigenous Elders across our system to share stories and skills related to Indigenous culture and experiences. The programming is based on the Elders’ unique skills, interests, experiences, and passions. Some examples include storytelling, talking circles, drumming, and discussions on Indigenous cultures. Throughout 2018, Indigenous Voices programming will roll out at branches across the VIRL system.
More information is available at virl.bc.ca/indigenous-voices.
For more information
Director, Corporate Communications and Strategic Initiatives
250.753.1154 ex 248