Howl & Soul Presents: Indigenous Film Night

In partnership with Soul of Miistaki

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Wednesday, April 3

Doors at 6:30pm


Featuring 3 Films:

Slides on the Mountain

Piita Aapasskaan

Soul of Miistaki Climbing Camp Film

Join us for an unforgettable Charity Movie Night, dedicated to supporting the vital mission of Soul of Miistaki in empowering BIPOC individuals through outdoor recreation. This special evening will feature an inspiring selection of Indigenous films, each shining a light on the profound connection between culture and the great outdoors.

7-9pm with intermission

Q&A: 30-45 minutes after the films

*A number of complimentary tickets are available for Indigenous community members and BIPOC facing financial barriers. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

This event is co-hosted by Howl, a Bow Valley based non-profit that offers land-based education programs for youth ages 14-30. Their programs intentionally bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth together with the goal of learning and building mutually respectful relationships. Howl takes a learning approach that emphasizes self-discovery, connection, community and hands-on learning experiences.

Before the main event, immerse yourself in the impactful work of local nonprofits and businesses, all united in their commitment to diversity and inclusion in outdoor spaces.

The night will also offer an engaging Q&A session, providing a unique opportunity to delve deeper into the themes of the films with insights from creators and experts. Don't miss this chance to celebrate and contribute to a cause that's making the outdoors accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

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