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Indigenous Tea Tasting and Book Talk
June 20 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Nichole L’Hirondelle, owner of The Barn Swallow Tea and Bookshop, will lead a tea tasting of Indigenous teas and share her story of reconnecting to her First Nations culture, followed by a book talk about recommended titles by Indigenous authors.
All teas are caffeine free. Nichole L’Hirondelle was raised in West Lincoln with her mother. Her father was from the Michel Callihoo Nation in Alberta but was removed from his culture. When Nichole went to University at Nippissing and college at Canadore in North Bay she reconnected with the culture, learning from many different elders and teachers. Since then, she has dedicated her life to helping people reconnect with culture and bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.Located in Fort Erie, The Barn Swallow Tea and Bookshop is Niagara’s first Indigenous-owned bookstore.
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