A beautiful hand-made sweater vest is displayed. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Aboriginal Day celebration in Chemainus

Culture combines with crafts, food and entertainment at Waterwheel Park

Colourful carvings are displayed during the Aboriginal Day festivities Friday. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

A beautiful hand-made sweater vest is displayed. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Entertainment was a big part of Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Business Improvement Association president Chris Istace takes time out to enjoy some of the food at Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Aboriginal Day festivities at Waterwheel Park in Chemainus Friday brought out all sorts of creative people displaying their crafts. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Treats were a necessity for Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Vancouver Island University had an information table set up at the Aboriginal Day celebrations. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Young and old alike enjoyed the Aboriginal Day festivities at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Culture combines with crafts, food and entertainment at Waterwheel Park

 

Entertainment was a big part of Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Chemainus Business Improvement Association president Chris Istace takes time out to enjoy some of the food at Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Aboriginal Day festivities at Waterwheel Park in Chemainus Friday brought out all sorts of creative people displaying their crafts. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Treats were a necessity for Aboriginal Day. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Vancouver Island University had an information table set up at the Aboriginal Day celebrations. (Photo by Kathy Holmes)

Young and old alike enjoyed the Aboriginal Day festivities at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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