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Elsipogtog Pow Wow

August 30th – September 1st

Espenoôpetitj (Burnt Church) Pow Wow

August 16-18th

Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation Pow Wow

July 26-28th

Eel Ground (Natoaganeg) Pow Wow

Eel Ground (Natoaganeg) Pow Wow

Natoaganeg Pow Wow – hosted on the Eel Ground Pow Wow Grounds from July 18th – 21st.  Indigenous People come together to showcase the drumming, dancing, and regalia of the First Nation People in the spirit of peace and friendship!  You can also check out local artisans selling handmade items, food and supplies.

Fishermen Pow Wow

Fishermen Pow Wow

  Fishermen’s Pow Wow – hosted on Waterford Green. Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief Roger Augustine brings together First Nations and non-First Nations fishermen in a spirit of peace and friendship.  Parade of boats, dance, music, cultural / artisan village and more. In solidarity with Jeux de L’Acadie, the Fishermen’s Pow Wow will not occur forContinue Reading

Fishermen Powwow – Spirit of Peace and Friendship

Fishermen Powwow – Spirit of Peace and Friendship

In the Spirit of Peace and Friendship, join host Regional Chief Roger Augustine in celebrating our diverse cultures as we honour reconciliation and partnership in the commercial fishery on Waterford Green in the City of Miramichi. This experience gives you access to all of the events and the perfect opportunity to explore the cultural villageContinue Reading

Appreciating Our Roots

Time flies by, especially over the course of the summer holidays. For us, who will soon been stepping into our new adventure as university students, it really flew by quicker than we could’ve imagined. I guess we were all just having fun, because that’s when time flies the fastest. This summer we were given theContinue Reading

A Weekend of Many Firsts

A Weekend of Many Firsts

This weekend I attended the Eel Ground Natoageneg Pow Wow. A Pow Wow is a gathering organized by Indigenous people to showcase the drumming, the dancing and the regalia of the First Nation People. I had never been to a Pow Wow before and I was eager to see what was in store, and hopefullyContinue Reading

Four Diverse Events, One City

Four Diverse Events, One City

Our city has many different people that live in the confines we call Miramichi, and with the mixture of people, we have a multitude of different cultures and interests.  This weekend, there are many of these activities and cultural events that you can get the chance to go and experience. Starting with Canada’s largest IrishContinue Reading

Indigenous Heritage

Our History Metepenagiag – tjitjagamitj eimootltjig – where spirits live. In ancient times the Mi’Kmaq established a village where the Little Southwest and the Northwest Miramichi River meet and for nearly 3000 years, generation after generation flourished. The river provided an abundance of fish while the forests offered shelter and many other necessities of life.Continue Reading