Archive for July, 2023

Fraser Valley Métis Association’s Fiddle Program 2023/2024 Registration is OPEN – easy online registration

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Fraser Valley Métis Association is accepting registrations for the 2023-2024 Fiddle Lessons Program.


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Urban Indigenous Indoor Gardening with FVMA

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Urban Indigenous have minimal to no access and exposure to natural environments and Kokedamas are a way of bringing natural elements into living environments.

Kokedama literally translates from the Japanese “koke” meaning moss and “dama” meaning ball. Kokedamas are a form of Japanese garden art that is centuries old and tied into the practice of bonsai and this mimicking nature is a wonderful way to bring the natural world closer to us in our daily lives.

Fraser Valley Metis Association’s Womens Circle recently enjoyed creating  their own Kokedamas and here is how some of them turned out… 


THIS IS WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO: Hello from the Three Sisters in Manitoba!

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Testimonials from the Tea Time Event on June 10, 2023

Tea Time & Bannock Event – June 10, 2023 (2 – 4 pm)


Hello from the Three Sisters in Manitoba,

We tried the Deadman Creek Bannock and it fried up fast and tasty. It is soooooo

Good! We enjoyed it with cranberry jelly. Yum! We didn’t have any nettle tea though.

Thank you for your hospitality. We enjoyed ourselves immensely. If we ever return to Abbotsford, we will look you up. Thank you very much.

We will be using this recipe for the 50th Wedding Anniversary