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Join us and Friends of Corktown Common for Songs & Storytelling with Grandmother Kim Wheatley

On July 10th, we will be co-hosting Songs & Storytelling with Friends of Corktown Common in Corktown Common Park. We are excited to announce that this event will feature Grandmother Kim Wheatley.

Traditional Anishinaabe Grandmother Kim Wheatley is Ojibway and Potawatomi in ancestry. She is a member of Shawanaga First Nation located on the shores of Georgian Bay on Robinson Huron Treaty Territories and is Turtle Clan. She carries the Spirit name “Head or Leader of the Fireflower” and has worked for three decades within Indigenous Communities across Canada. She is a published author, handdrummer, singer, water walker, artist, and ceremonial practitioner.

The Songs & Storytelling will begin at 2:00 p.m. and run until 3:30 p.m. We encourage you to bring your own seating and water, as it will be a hot day.