FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Blueberry River First Nation is running a cultural camp this July.

Held at the Pink Mountain Ranch from July 26th–29th, everyone’s invited to the gathering to take part in a cultural awakening, music, and family fun. 

The list of events and activities is long and varied. It features a cooking over the fire demonstration from Art Napoleon and a barbeque on the 26th. 

A celebration of Indigenous heritage, the camp will feature demonstrations, activities, and hands-on practice of traditional crafts like drum making and ribbon skirt and shirt making.

Flyer for Blueberry River First Nation cultural camp

Contact for more information or visit their website for updates, registration, and the complete agenda at 

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