June 21 is celebrated across the country in honour of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples. Chosen in significance to the summer solstice (the first day of summer and the longest day of the year), National Aboriginal Day celebrates the rich heritage of the Canadian First Nation peoples.
The Glooscap Heritage Centre & Mi'kmaw Museum recognizes the importance of National Aboriginal Day by hosting an array of events that convey the history of the Mi’kmaq nation in Atlantic Canada. The celebration will include Mi’kmaw drummers, dancers and artisans, who will be on hand to showcase and demonstrate their art forms throughout the day.
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