Talks underway for an Aboriginal Interpretive Centre
Evolving from the Kla-how-eya Aboriginal Centre’s desires to build a sweatlodge in a city park in 2007, a vision for a potential Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Brownsville Bar Park has emerged.
The centre would include a long-house style structure that includes a teaching and presentation centre, a dedicated area for four sweat lodge hoops, two dedicated teepee sites, four composting toilets, a floating dock, and a shed for constructing and storing cedar canoes.
Kla-how-eya has the support of the City and council with the project and is currently seeking additional funding to hire a consultant to develop a feasibility study for the Interpretive Centre.
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