2016 Calendar

The 2016 Week-end Rendez-Vous

 

Every Saturday and Sunday in July and August, we offer activities as well as the guided tour. A sure way to please the whole family!! You can watch a flint knapping demonstration, participate in a cornhusk doll making workshop or have a taste of traditional Iroquoian dishes. Visits on week-ends at the Tsiionhiakwatha site can last all day!

 

July 2-3th
Flint knapping workshop with archaeologist Michel Cadieux

 

July 9-10h
Iroquois food sampling activity (corn soup and bread + smoked fish)

 

Juy 16-17th
Objibway dreamcatchers activity with Crystal Henry

 

July 23-24th
Native teachings and workshop with Chief Top Leaf, of Kanhawake

 

July 30-31th
Mohawk black ash basket workshop with Akwesasne Carrie Hill

 

August 6-7th
Mohawk pottery activity with Akwesasne Natasha Smoke

 

August 13-14th
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE IROQUOIS CORN HUSK DOLL WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED

 

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August is Archaeology Month
NEW: 2016 PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIGS!

 

In July-August 2016 the Droulers archaeological site becomes the largest excavation site in Québec, with the on-site presence of the École de fouilles of the University of Montreal, directed by Dr. Claude Chapdelaine. More than 10 archaeologists work for a fifty days shift, letting the public discover the surprises and wonders hidden in the ground for 600 years!

 

 

Public digs last 1 hour per group of 4 max.IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE. The price is $ 20 per group. Public excavations dates are: 23-24, 30-31, July 6-7, 13-14 and 20-21 August 2016. It is possible to participate in the week by reservation only, Tuesday to Friday from 10:30 to 11:30.