A space for Indigenous art & culture along the northern shores of Lake Ontario.

We are Indigenous & non-Indigenous people sharing, celebrating, & creating.
A Nonprofit organization founded & managed by local Indigenous people from varying Nations, based in South Mississauga.

WEATHER PERMITTING: (Forecast shows chance of rain)

November, 20, 2021, Indigenous Art Exhibition – Vendors Return:

Back by popular demand after of our Indigenous Gathering and Celebration and Indigenous Art Exhibition vendor Saturdays we’re happy to welcome back previous Indigenous craft vendors November 20th!
Come out for the final weekend of our Indigenous Art Exhibition and Indigenous Craft Vendors 10am-2pm!

Eagle Spirits of the Great Waters presents “Indigenous Art Exhibition” from November 4th-23rd at the SAIB.
Saturday November 20th:
· Indigenous Craft Vendors return 10am-2pm
Exhibition Hours, Nov. 4th – 23rd:
· Tuesday to Friday 10am – 6pm
· Saturdays 10am – 2pm

In case of rain, craft vendors will not be able to set up, though the Art Exhibition will continue indoors.

November (indoors), Indigenous Art Exhibition:

On the heels of the success of our Indigenous Gathering and Celebration weekend, we are excited to announce our upcoming Indigenous Art Exhibition!
We will be showcasing Indigenous Art from artists in the local area as well as across Ontario.
 Running from November 4th – 23rd
Small Arms Inspection Building, 1352 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga


Indigenous Gathering and Celebration:

Eagle Spirits of the Great Waters: Indigenous Arts & Cultures gathers and welcomes all to a weekend of Indigenous events and exhibitions!
Come out the second weekend of October to explore and discover Indigenous culture; art, dancing, drumming, singing, ceremony, foods, and more!
With plenty of canopy tents we’ll be prepared for a great weekend no matter the weather!
Running from October 8th-10th:
Friday, October 8th:     6pm-7pm Opening Ceremony

Saturday, October 9th:
· Craft Vendors 10am-4pm

· Healing Ceremony  12pm

· Drumming,
Singing, Dancing ~1pm-2:30pm

· Traditional Foods for Lunch 12:30pm
Bison stew
Bear Paws
Three Sisters Soup
Sunday, October 10th: 11am to 2pm Closing Ceremony
· Light food fare provided
Blueberry bannock
Cornbread muffins

We look forward to seeing new and familiar faces for this fantastic long weekend event!

We present “A Story of the Three Sisters Garden”!
Join us at the Small Arms Community Garden Sunday, August 15th to meet one of our program director and educator, Kandy Kennedy who will share the story of the Three Sisters Garden as well as show the progress of our garden’s growth in the Ecosource Small Arms Gardens.
What: Story telling and knowledge sharing of the Three Sisters and companion growing of corn, squash, and beans.
When: day, August 15th at 10am-10:45pm.
Where: Ecosource Small Arms Community Gardens
1352 Lakeshore Rd. E, Mississauga Ont.

Check out our progress of our garden so far in our “Past Events” section!

Supported by CreativeHub 1352 and Ecosource.

We invite you to join us for the Eagle Spirits Mocc-a-thon along Lakeshore Road on Saturday, August 7th.
Starting at the Small Arms Inspection Building (SAIB) with a smudge, we will walk along Lakeshore Road to Port Credit Memorial Park / Credit River and then back to SAIB.
What: Eagle Spirits Mocc-a-thon – our version of a walk-a-thon. Wear your moccasins or runners!
When: Saturday, August 7th at 9:30am start, arrive 15-30 minutes early to register and participate in the smudging ceremony.
Where: SAIB to Port Credit Memorial Park / Credit River and then back to SAIB (10KM in total)
Why: All funds will go to the Indigenous Healing Ceremony / Art Exhibit and gathering in October 2021 (stay tuned for more details)

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