Indigenous Elder Lorena Dulay Returns to Sidney/North Saanich Library
March 14, 2018 | Sidney / North Saanich
Vancouver Island, BC: Vancouver Island Regional Library’s Indigenous Voices initiative is returning to the Sidney/North Saanich branch on Friday, March 16 from 10:30 – 11:30 am.
The branch welcomes Tsawout Elder, Lorena Dulay who will discuss healing the residential school traumas.
All ages are welcome to this free event.
About Lorena Dulay
Lorena’s traditional name is That-Sul-Wut from her great grandmother from Valdes Island, BC. Most of her time is spent with the Tsawout Craft Group either knitting, beading, making jewelry, or cedar weaving and the rest of her time is spent working in her community. She is a Reiki Master with over 20 years of experience and she offers drop-in Reiki treatments out of the Tsawout Health Dept.
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 Str
250.753.1154 ex 248