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Upcoming Events

  • Friday September 1st, 12-2pm
    Storytelling through dance: Porcupine caribou
    The Wharf near the Main St/Front St totem pole, overlooking the Yukon river
    Join us for a dance performance telling the story of the Porcupine caribou and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, located just across the Yukon-Alaska border. Our conservation intern, Aiden Duncan, carved a traditional Indigenous transformation mask and will be performing as part of his summer project. Representing the circle of life, the mask will be part of dances that share the migration, strength, and beauty of the caribou, along with the struggles they face.
  • Open until Thursday September 7, 2023
    Colouring Contest

    Get creative this summer by joining our colouring contest, featuring McIntyre Creek/Chasàn Chùa! It’s open to kids of all ages with three prizes available, including a $50 Mac’s Fireweed Books gift card! Full details at cpawsyukon.org/colour.

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