Feast bundle making workshop with the First Nations House – The Varsity

Feast bundle making workshop with the First Nations House – The Varsity

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 20228 Views

August 4, 2022

My thoughts on the feast bundle workshop, First Nations House events, and student involvement with Indigenous workshops

On May 18, the Indigenous Studies Students’ Union (ISSU) and First Nations House (FNH) co-hosted a feast bundle making workshop in the event space at the First Nations House, which is located in the North Borden Building.

A feast bundle is a bag you use to bring your own plate, bowl, and utensils to a feast. A feast bundle is a bag that you bring with you to feasts to hold you accountable for yourself when you attend other peoples’ ceremonies and feasts.

I attended the workshop and had the privilege of making my own feast bundle bag with the help of Jenny Blackbird, the Indigenous student life coordinator and in-house seamstress. I am now able to attend feasts prepared with my own bundle, reducing the waste I would have accumulated  without my bundle.

Read More: https://thevarsity.ca/2022/08/04/feast-bundle-making-workshop-with-the-first-nations-house/

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