- Organizer: Xwaaqw'um
- Date: Saturday, September 22 - Sunday, September 23
- Start Time: 9:30AM - 4:00PM both days
- Event Length: 2 days
- Location: Xwaaqw'um (Burgoyne Bay, Salt Spring Island)
- Expires: 29 days, 19 hours
Join Sulsa’meethl and Tousilum on the shores of beautiful Xwaaaqw’um (Burgoyne Bay, Salt Spring Island) for a two-day workshop learning the traditional art of cedar weaving and crafting your own cedar basket.
Sulsa’meethl and Tousilum are from Cowichan, and members of Northwest Native Basket Weavers Association and for the last 20 years have worked with many master weavers including Delores Baines (Hesquiaht), Hot Springs Cove. Sulsa’meethl is currently working with Betty Wilson (Sliamon), Powell River, whose passion is coil basketry and cedar root.
Workshop fee is $175. Includes all weaving materials and basket orm. Workshop is 9:30AM-4:00PM on both days. Participants should bring a chair, a little working table if available, lunch & a mug, and be dressed for the weather—program is outdoors.
TO REGISTER: Preregistration is required and conﬁrmed with an email with your contact information and a $50 deposit (e-transfer) sent to Moss: email@example.com
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