The Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society explores the historical significance of the events at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877, while investigating the consequences and implications of Treaty 7, 139 years later. The Society invites people of all ages and backgrounds to consider an enlightened, sustainable future for everyone – together.
We Are All Treaty People: A Gala Dinner and Theatre
This delightful evening will allow guests to embrace Treaty 7 traditions and ceremony. Singing, smudging and meaningful conversation will take place at intimate table gatherings to enjoy “family-style” traditional cuisine, paired with distinctive “forage drinks”.
Where: Grey Eagle Resort and Casino
When: 5pm, Thursday, September 29
Tickets: $150 and include the performance
On Thursday, September 29, over 240 guests, a balance of Indigenous and non-Indigenous attendees will have the unique opportunity to “break bannock” together.
Each table will have a First Nations “Ambassador” to guide the discussion and offer insight. There will be an interactive component to the evening, as an Indigenous artist will perform and lead the guests in the show’s Honour song.
Immediately following the dinner, guests will be escorted to the best seats in the house to enjoy the performance.
Rock Your #MT7Button
Join the Making Treaty 7 family and show everyone that we are all #TreatyPeople by rocking your #MT7Button and encouraging others to do the same!
Stop by the Making Treaty 7 office, right above One Yellow Rabbit in Arts Common, to pick up a #MT7Button for you and your friends, or you can track us down on social media.
Once you’ve received a #MT7Button, post a photo of you rocking your #MT7Button on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with the #MT7Button hashtag and you will be entered to win 2 Free Tickets to our fall performance.