Senators to host annual Indigenous Peoples appreciation night Dec. 6 – CityNews Ottawa

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Senators to host annual Indigenous Peoples appreciation night Dec. 6 – CityNews Ottawa

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 202210 Views

In the afternoon before the game, the Senators will host a hockey clinic for Indigenous youth in conjunction with First Assist, an Indigenous-run charity advancing educational achievement in Indigenous communities through sport.

The Ottawa Senators will host their fourth annual Indigenous Peoples Appreciation Night on Tuesday, Dec. 6, when the team plays the Los Angeles Kings at home.

Fans will participate in a celebration of Indigenous culture and engage with the Algonquin Anishinaabeg Nation, the ancestral unceded land on which the Canadian Tire Centre sits.

In the afternoon before the game, the Senators will host a hockey clinic for Indigenous youth in conjunction with First Assist, an Indigenous-run charity advancing educational achievement in Indigenous communities through sport.

Later, when the arena doors open at 5 p.m., fans will see an Indigenous artisans’ market along the 200-level concourse at Gate 1. The market will include antler painters, moccasin and glove makers, beaders and other traditional artists.

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