The Agassiz-Harrison Museum celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 with special information about The Stó:lō Nation, culture, language and more. (Graphic/Agassiz-Harrison Museum)

The Agassiz-Harrison Museum celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 with special information about The Stó:lō Nation, culture, language and more. (Graphic/Agassiz-Harrison Museum)

Agassiz-Harrison Museum to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21 will feature info about local First Nations culture, language and more

The Agassiz-Harrison Museum will celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday, June 21.

The celebration will include information on National Indigenous Peoples Day, The Stó:lo Nation, Indigenous peoples and their connection to the rivers, language, culture, and reconciliation.

During the summer, the Agassiz-Harrison Museum is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, contact the museum at (604) 796-3545 or email agassizharrisonmuseum@shawbiz.ca.


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