For the first time, “Mosaic – A Festival of Cultures” is coming to the First Nations University of Canada’s Regina campus.
FNUniv is hosting the First Nations Pavilion for the city-wide event, beginning today.
FNUniv Executive Director of Community Relations, Richard Missens, says the decision to host the pavilion on campus came from the university’s powwow committee:
“The vision of the university is to share that kind of knowledge with our students and with our community.”
Highlights of the pavilion include powwow dancers, hoop dancers, singers, Indian tacos and buffalo bannock burgers.
The pavilion opens its doors at 5:00 p.m. and is open until Saturday.
There are 19 participating pavilions around Regina for this year’s event.
More information on the various locations can be found at reginamulticulturalcouncil.ca.