The Lheidli T’enneh’s Canada Winter Games Pavilion opens to the public tomorrow in Prince George.
The pavilion’s main stage will have traditional and cultural performances, and facilitated workshops.
The reception hall inside the pavilion will showcase a variety of cultural performances; including singing, drumming, dancing, jigging and other art forms.
Not all the shows will be traditional; performances will also highlight contemporary arts such as spoken word performances, acoustic guitar, blues, folk, rock and hip hop.
There will also be an artisans village, where artists can show off their wares.
The Lheidli T’enneh are the first ever official Host First Nation of the Canada games.