Fort Langley Walking Tour
 
 

Coast Salish Arts & Cultural Society, along with Fraser Port Authority, Port of Vancouver will be hosting our annual Fort Langley Walking Tours.

The walk will be hosted by Deanna Miller and Carlyn Andres.

Deanna’s ancestry is Katzie First Nation, and she was born and raised on Katzie Territory in Langley. She has worked as an Aboriginal Support Worker for the Langley School District since 2007.

šxʷne:m is a word in her ancestral language of hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ that means “healer”. Making traditional medicines from plants she harvests in her territory is her effort to reclaim her knowledge and return to the ways of her ancestors. All medicines she makes are created in small batches and handcrafted.

She enjoys all opportunities to share this ancestral knowledge through workshops and plant walks.

 
 
 

Kwantlen Traditional Territory - Traditional languages - Cedar & plant resources - Environmental Stewardship Programs      

 

FORT LANGLEY WALKING TOUR

WHERE:

Meet outside the front doors of lelem' Arts & Cultural Cafe

100 Billy Brown Road, Fort Langley, BC V1M 0C8

ROUTE:

From lelem' Arts & Cultural Cafe to Sqwalets Channel on Glover Road. Total walk is approximately 1km.

COST:

Free!

WHEN:

July 30th @ 6pm

August 1st @ 6pm

August 6th @ 6pm

August 8th @ 6pm

August 13th @ 6pm

August 15th @6pm