Join us for our annual Warehouse Sale and save on gifts, drinkware, home goods and more!
Tuesday, Dec. 5th - Saturday, Dec. 23rd
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Native Northwest Clearance Centre
1644 W. 75th Avenue, Vancouver BC
Thursday, December 7: Night Shift: Supernatural Vibes: Indigenous spoken word and hip-hop performers
Emcee Suzette Amaya curates an all-female lineup of Indigenous spoken word and hip-hop performers from around the Northwest Coast. Supernatural Vibes celebrates Northwest Coast matriarch voices to honor women’s stories, talents and histories. While you’re visiting be sure to check out the museum’s new Gallery of Northwest Coast Masterworks and the inaugural exhibit, In a Different Light.
Thurs, Dec 7, 7 - 10 pm
The Museum of Anthropology – map
Admission is free for Indigenous Peoples, UBC students, staff and faculty. For more information visit the MOA website.
Thursday, December 7: Winter Gathering at the Bill Reid Gallery
The public has been invited to attend the Bill Reid Gallery’s annual Winter Gathering on December 7th. There will be a variety of performances throughout the night including poets, spoken word artists, comedians, and performance art by Roxanne Charles.
Thurs, Dec 7, 7 - 9 pm
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art – map
100% of the proceeds from the Winter Gathering will be used to provide support the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre. Entrance is by donation, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. For more information visit the event page on Facebook.
Friday, December 8: Immigrant/Refugee and Indigenous Youth in Dialogue and Solidarity: Fresh Voices Speaker SeriesFresh Voices will be screening a series of videos that were made by Indigenous and migrant/refugee youth that will explore how immigrant and Indigenous communities can build solidarity with one another. The aim of this event is to discuss ways of practicing decolonization while also supporting the experiences and voices of refugee and immigrant communities within Canada. The videos employ a diverse selection of storytelling techniques, from cinematic shorts to hip-hop. Join Fresh Voices for a celebration of this collaborative video project with music, food and conversation.
Fri, Dec 8, 6 - 9 pm
UBC Robson Square – map
Sunday, December 10: Musqueam Holiday Craft Fair
Explore over 50 tables of arts and crafts at the Musqueam Holiday Craft Fair. There will be door prizes, a concession, raffles and much more.
Sun, Dec 10, 10 - 4 pm
Musqueam Community Centre
6777 Salish Drive, Vancouver BC – map
Admission is by donation and partial proceeds will to go to the MIB Elders group. For more information visit the event page on Facebook.
Thursday, November 30: Indigenous Knowledge for a Changing Climate: A presentation with Dr. Nancy TurnerUBC Botanical Garden, the First Nations House of Learning, and the UBC Faculty of Science are pleased to present Indigenous Knowledge for a Changing Climate with ethnobotonist Nancy Turner. Dr. Turner has been invited to share her stories about the intersection between traditional knowledge systems and climate change solutions. This talk will explore Indigenous knowledge, innovation for climate change, biodiversity and food security strategies at local and global levels.
Thurs, Nov 30, 2:30 - 4 pm
Sty-Wet-Tan Great Hall
This is a free event, to RSVP visit the UBC Botanical Garden.