Join the Acadia First Nation and Hike Nova Scotia on a cultural culinary hike to experience Mi’kmaq food and culture along the Tkipok Trail in Yarmouth.
Peml’gat Toqwa’q Mawoi’mi:
A Mi’kmaq Cultural Culinary Experience
Saturday, October 8
Hike #1 at 10 am
Hike #2 at 11:30 am
Harvest Feast doors open at 11 am
Tkipok Trail, Yarmouth
Arcadia Consolidated School, Arcadia
Join the Acadia First Nation and Hike Nova Scotia on a cultural culinary hike to experience Mi’kmaq food and cultural interpretation. The Tkipok Trail is a one-kilometre loop focusing on the connection of Acadia First Nation to the land. The experience will include a smudging ceremony, seven sacred teachings, drumming, dancing, a game of waltes and drum-making. Traditional food and drink tastings will include medicinal tea, bannock, an Acadian dish, Luskinikn, moose meat, fish and berries at several stations along the trail.
Following the hike, you’re invited to attend the Acadia First Nation Harvest Feast in Yarmouth. The doors open at 11 am and will include the following food items: lobster, salmon, scallops, chilli, BBQ, seafood chowder, coleslaw, salads, moose stew.
Register at www.hikenovascotia.ca!