Celebrating 10+ years of building along the Gold Rush/Spirit Trails Corridor, the event offers displays, music, tours and a powerful First Nations reconciliation ceremony.
Saturday, April 14 Program:
1100 a.m. to 4:00 p.m: “Partners on the Pathway” Trade Show/Exhibition and networking session, Kumsheen Secondary School, Lytton
4:30 p.m. Chief David Spintlum Recognition and Reconciliation Storytelling Circle
6:45 p.m. Traditional feast catered by the Lytton First Nation
8:30 p.m. “Rising From the Ashes Benefit Concert”
Sunday, April 15 Program:
9:00 a.m. – Noon: Field trip, Browning’s Flat Chinese Diggings
All events are free, but space is limited and you must reserve. To RSVP, contact Don Hauka, firstname.lastname@example.org.