Presented at OAGEE Fall Conference 2018 from November 9th to November 10th, 2018
Opened in 2016, the Landscape of Nations memorial recognizes the role of First Nations in the War of 1812 and the historic ceremony of reconciliation that took place after the war, on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 1815. It restored peace among Indigenous nations who fought against each other during the skirmish. “The Landscape of Nations Memorial is a powerful and exquisite civic artwork that has heightened public awareness of First Nations contributions to the defence and shaping of Canada". It is located at scenic Queenston Heights and the Niagara Parkway. Come hear the Artistic Director Michele-Elise Burnett (Métis) and the Artistic Producer Tim Johnson (Mohawk) lead you through this important memorial. Transportation will be provided by St. Catharines Transit.
|Scheduled||FT08 Fri at 14:15 PM in Field Trip (meet at reception)|
|Presenters||Michele-Elise Burnett Landscape of Nations
Tim Johnson Landscape of Nations
|Single or Double Length||FT 2hr|
|Supplemental Price||$ 10|