Cultural Songs & Storytelling

Knowledge Sharing with Troy & Calley Monague

Join us at Wye Marsh for a morning filled with Anishinaabe cultural songs, and knowledge sharing, hosted by Troy and Calley Monague. Learn the significance of the shaker, how it plays an integral part of all ceremonies, and how it represents the first sounds of creation!


Where: Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

When: Saturday, February 24, 2024, from 9 am - 12 noon

How much: FREE

Who: Suitable for All Ages

Space is limited. Please register in advance using the Eventbrite link below: 

About the Instructors:

Visitors to Wye Marsh will be familiar with Troy Monague, an Anishinabee Storyteller and Traditional Healing Coordinator at Mamaway Wiidokdaadwin Primary Care Team. Calley Monague is also serving the community as a First Nation, Metis, & Inuit Doula with a Therapeutic Recreation Degree from Seneca College.