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Indigenous Storytelling with Dickie Yuzicapi: Grades 6 to 8

2023-02-09 09:30:00 2023-02-09 10:15:00 America/Regina Indigenous Storytelling with Dickie Yuzicapi: Grades 6 to 8 Grades 6 to 8. In Indigenous cultures, oral storytelling is a traditional method of sharing knowledge from generation to generation. Experience some Indigenous stories together with Dickie Yuzicapi. Online - Zoom 4

Thursday, February 09
9:30am - 10:15am

Add to Calendar 2023-02-09 09:30:00 2023-02-09 10:15:00 America/Regina Indigenous Storytelling with Dickie Yuzicapi: Grades 6 to 8 Grades 6 to 8. In Indigenous cultures, oral storytelling is a traditional method of sharing knowledge from generation to generation. Experience some Indigenous stories together with Dickie Yuzicapi. Online - Zoom 4

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Grades 6 to 8. In Indigenous cultures, oral storytelling is a traditional method of sharing knowledge from generation to generation. Experience some Indigenous stories together with Dickie Yuzicapi.

This program is being presented by Regina Public Library, in partnership with Regina Public Schools and Regina Catholic Schools to celebrate Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month.

The program will be conducted through Zoom. At least one hour prior to the program, we will send you an email with the Zoom meeting ID. Please ensure that you have Zoom installed on your device or computer. If you don't have a library card, please visit https://www.reginalibrary.ca/register to register for one.

As many Indigenous people are today, Dickie Yuzicapi comes from a culturally diverse heritage.  His heritage represents many of the Plains cultures found in Saskatchewan to this day: Ojibwa, Cree, Métis and Dakota.  For over 40 years he has been singing and dancing as a traditional dancer within the Pow Wow circuit.  Dickie performs from the heart.  He sings to honour the cultures and the people from within those cultures.  His original compositions, along with a striking voice enable him to embellish the historical songs of Indigenous cultures by using a blend of traditional instrumentation and contemporary performance.  Recently, Dickie has also started playing, composing and carving the Indigenous flute.  As a storyteller, Dickie recalls the stories impressed on him as a child, featuring creation, historical and comedic stories for all ages.  His intention is to preserve and share his culture as was taught to him by his great-grandparents, who never went to residential school, and were raised pre-reservation style.  Dickie reflects the Indigenous philosophy and culture which continues to have a profound effect on the world today.  Professionally, Dickie Yuzicapi is the chef and owner of the Sioux Chef Catering Company for the last 20 years.  He caters to all types of large and small events across Canada and the world.

AGE GROUP: | Children |

EVENT TYPE: | School Support | Learn and Personal Interest | Indigenous |

TAGS: | Storytimes |

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