A workshop all about capturing the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of youth across the country in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday will be taking place in Williams Lake from 10 am-5:30 pm on Saturday.
Linda Bingham is the program services leader with the Boys and Girls Club.
“It’s for children, youth 11-15 years of age and participants get to partake in drama, storytelling, song, and some art.”
Bingham says youth attending the free workshop will also be able to put together their own dreamcatcher that will be incorporated into a single massive dreamcatcher which will be displayed at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Prince Edward Island.
Workshop leaders include noted Canadian Mi’maq artist Nick Huard, acclaimed Canadian composer and lyricist, Daniel Maté, and Francis Moore, the associate artistic director of the 2017 Charlottetown Festival.
Today is the last day to register the event in either person or by phone at the Boys and Girls Club, or online at DreamingCanada.