A Tea and Stories From the Land evening is planned for Tuesday evening by the Dauphin Friendship Centre.
The event shares Indigenous inspirational stories with listeners along with tea and bannock.
Terra Matthews, Urban Partnerships Coordinator for the Friendship Centre, explains what kind of stories will be told:
“Usually they're stories that have, like, underlined morals and values; they’ll have teachings. It can be anywhere from puberty, ceremonial information, stories about growing up. There’s just so many different stories, and it’s going to be personal to each person that is going up there and speaking. We’re going to have Ojibway, Michif and Cree stories."
Tea and Stories From the Land is scheduled for 6:00 in the evening, in the Youth and Family Centre.