Shane Snook, right, demonstrates the tying of a section of a dreamcatcher to Sydney Rouzes at a workshop session during the first ever powwow held at Our Lady of the Cape School in Cape St. George on Tuesday. With Rouzes is student assistant Tavis Reddigan during the arts/crafts workshop session.
Elder Victor Muise leads the first ever powwow march held at Our Lady of the Cape School in Cape St. George on Tuesday morning, followed by Elder Jerome Benoit, left, and Delores Clarke-Genge, senior education officer for the school; Corey Ivany, school principal and dancers Arlene White and Marcella Williams.
Students and staff members of Our Lady of the Cape School in Cape St. George look on as dancer Arlene Blanchard-White of St. George's carries out some steps around the big drum during the first ever powwow held at the school on Tuesday. Blanchard White also facilitated dance workshops throughout the day with students.