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Métis Addictions Council – Culture, Community and Reconciliation Event

The Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. welcomes you to attend our “Culture, Community, & Reconciliation”event in Saskatoon on June 21st, in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is an evening event, to take place after the Rock Your Roots & daytime NIPD activities in Victoria Park. As part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations, MACSI is very proud to present this event! No cover charge! Family-friendly, no-alcohol event.


Venue: Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium (919 20th Street West, Saskatoon)

Date: June 21, 2019

Time: 5:00PM-11:30PM(Doors open at 4:30PM)


Performers include:

Dean Smith Band (Country music and Métis fiddle)
Yellowsky (Hip Hop/Reggae)
Krystle Pederson and Lancelot Knight (Singer/Songwriter duo)
Shayne Lazarowich & The Untamed (Country/rock music)

Three Rays (Pop music trio)
Kiela Latina (Mexican folk and dance music)
The Callingbear DanceTroupe (Traditional First Nations drum group/dancers and singers)

We are also honored to have some wonderful emcees and speakers joining us:

Christine Marie, Kimberly Parent, Krystle Pederson, and Sarah Gennrich

No need to RSVP.  No tickets necessary.  We look forward to having you join us. The event poster is attached, and here is the link to our Facebook event page for the event:


We hope to see you there!


(Thanks to our sponsors/partners: Canadian Heritage, SaskCulture, Saskatoon Community Foundation, Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation, RBC, Dakota Dunes Casino, and Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program – City of Saskatoon)

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