Chantal Chagnon will be hosting a Dreamcatcher workshop – Sunday, June 17, 2018
History of the Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatchers are a traditional aboriginal craft found predominantly in Lakota, Ojibwa, Navaho and Cree culture. The weaving catches the bad dreams and nightmares entangling them within the web. The good dreams to flow through the web and slide down to the feathers to the dreamer. In the Morning, the bad dreams and nightmares entangled in the web evaporate in the sunlight, just as drops of dew on a spider’s web. The feathers take the hopes and dreams on the wings of the bird’s spirits to creator.
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Suede Lacing – Multiple Colours
Metal Hoops –4’, 5’, 6’, 7’, or 8’ Rings
Feathers – Assorted Colours, Sizes and Styles
Beads – Glass, Bugle, Fancy and Pony Beads
11950 Country Village Link NE
We will begin with a traditional smudge and welcome to bless our Dreamcatchers. Chantal will be your guide, instructing how to create your Dreamcatcher step by step. She will also share a Dreamcatcher story and the deeper meaning behind the legend.
We humbly request $30/Person for instruction and materials.
Please register below or:
By Email Transfer: [email protected]
We also accept cheque or money order, mail or drop off to:
1940 – 26th Avenue SW
For additional information or to register, please contact;
Chantal Chagnon – 403–404–7664 – [email protected]
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/343590186165199/
*We will have coffee, tea, water, juice, and snacks. Let us know if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions.