Xat’sull Heritage Village will be hosting cultural events this Sunday, Aug. 10 which will include greeting the Rivershed Society team travelling the length of the Fraser River to raise awareness environmental protection.
There will be traditional cultural activities such as story telling, guided tours of the village, workshops and traditional local food.
Lunch is at noon; performances, tours, and workshops start at 1 p.m.; pit cooking demonstration at 2 p.m. and the dinner at 5:30 p.m.
A favourite of all guests participating in the Xat’sull tours is time spent visiting with elders and hearing stories passed down from generation to generation.
Authentic accommodation is offered in the village in a teepee or pit house and meals are provided with advance bookings.
For convenience of guests, modern washrooms and showers are on site (hidden from view).
Admission is by donation. A donation of $10 is recommended.
After their visit at the Xat’sull Heritage Village the Sustainable Living Leadership group is scheduled to visit the Potato House in Williams Lake about 4 p.m.
Potato House manager Marin Patenaude is seeking helpers to drive the group from the Sheep Creek Bridge to Williams Lake about 4 p.m. and back again at about 10 p.m. in the evening.
Patenaude can be contacted at email@example.com