Summer fun at the Aboriginal Pavilion continues

sycp group photoDaily, the MNO booth has four SYCP members on location,
teaching visitors about Métis culture.
With only three more days until the end of the Pan AM Games and the first half of the Aboriginal Pavilion, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Summer Youth Cultural Program (SYCP) has received many visitors at the Métis booth.

Located at the Fort York National Historic Site, the Métis booth represents a fur-trade era encampment.  People have submitted many pictures about the activities and visitors as well as some additional pictures of the MNO citizens who participated in the Pan AM Games Opening Ceremony.

Click here to read about the MNO's participation during the Pan AM Games Opening Ceremony.

Here is a sample of some pictures that have been shared.

 

Métis jigging lessons were led by violin music.  Everyone is invited to join in.

Métis jigging lessons were led by violin music.  Everyone is invited to join in.

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The MNO SYCP students received a visit from the Honourable Brad Duguid, Minister of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure.

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Alicia Blore teaches Métis finger weaving to a visitor from Hungary.

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MNO citizens posing with other performers from the Pan AM Games Opening Ceremony.  Second from left (front): Alicia Blore, Joanne Burt, Christine Skura; back row: Liam Blore and Kyle Burton.

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