Medicine Bag Workshop

Tuesday May 19th 6:30-8:30pm

**This workshop is a fundraiser for the Youth Bear Harvest event in autumn 2020.**

When you make a medicine bag, you make a commitment to Spirit and to yourself to live in a good way. A medicine bag is a symbol of your personal medicine to heal, help and honor yourself.

Come spend an afternoon in peaceful circle, smudge and pray for guidance in creating a bag just for you. Tea, smudge and all materials are provided. Everyone is welcome to join us. We are wheelchair accessible.

Cost: There is a materials cost of $35. This covers the cost of tools & leather, workshop space rental. All proceeds go towards the Youth Bear Harvest, which teaches indigenous youth about the traditions of bear medicine without causing harm to living bears. Please contact to make a donation or to find out more.

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We’ll craft our bags from cloth or leather and decorate them. Teachings of ways to honor and show respect for your medicine bag are a part of this workshop.

Medicine Bag Making teachings in this workshop are not aligned with any particular tradition. I do have permission to share these teachings from my elder. I wish to share the gift of knowledge, growth and healing I’ve received from holding a medicine bag. Proceeds go to rent, supplies and to supporting the bear harvest event.

This workshop is wheelchair accessible and open to everyone. Sponsored Participants are chosen on a first-come, first-served basis, and self-identify as needing financial aid. Your donation is greatly appreciated by the person you sponsor! You can email your contact info or name of your organization to if you wish to be acknowledged during the workshop.

Sponsorship is available for low-income individuals who otherwise could not afford to attend. The commitment fee of $10 is refunded to low income participants who show up on the day of the workshop.

To request sponsorship, please email . This workshop will take place in Central Calgary at Herbal Healing Inc, Bay G, 2410 2nd Ave SE. 

You can see our workshop policies here. For questions about this workshop, please contact .