Culture Days St. Albert
2022

Culinary

Moroccan Chicken & Veggie Tagine

Sun, Sept 18, 4 - 5pm
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Join Chef Tarik Ghazal online to make this traditional Moroccan dish.

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Jerk Chicken

Sat, Sept.10th, 12noon to 1:30pm
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During this class we will be making some jerk marinade and taking about the different ingredients that go into the mix, but most importantly, we will be having fun!

Presenter: Natricia Walters, born and raised in Jamaica and immigrated to Canada 17 years ago. Natricia is the mom of two awesome children and works full-time as a healthcare worker. Natricia loves working with her hands, whether it be cooking, sewing or writing. Her spare time is spent with her children and reading.

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Eforiro Soup from Nigeria

Join Kessy Iwegbue to make one of the most popular vegetable soups in Nigeria.

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Metis Medicinal Plants

Join us at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park, with the Musée Héritage Museum, for a Metis Medicinal Plants workshop.
Sat, Sept. 3rd & 4th, 1pm & 2:30pm
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Métis people have called the area around Big Lake and the Sturgeon River home for generations. Come experience Métis culture at St. Albert’s Historic River Lot 24 through dance, drop-in activities, and intimate conversations about aspects of Métis culture. After visiting our historic homes and grain elevators, be sure to explore the new outdoor exhibit Lii Buflo: A Métis Way of Life produced in collaboration with Métis community members, knowledge keepers, Elk Island National Park & the Arts and Heritage Foundation of St. Albert. 

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