Jan. 4 is National Ribbon Skirt Day, a day where Indigenous women across the country are encouraged to wear their traditional regalia to celebrate their culture, their strength and their connection as women. This workshop is for anyone who would like to make their own ribbon skirt, learn about the meaning behind them and when they should be worn.
Requirements: sewing machine and ability to sew and run your machine, 2 meters of fabric (up to size 16 ladies), 2 meters of each colour of 1.5 inch ribbon. More instructions will be given about supplies once we have the class ready to run with enough students.
Instructor: Lisa Richards, Masters in Nêhiyawêwin Language
Location: St Albert Further Education
If class is sold out – Please email here to be placed on the Wait List.
Cancellations: St. Albert Further Education reserves the right to cancel any class. A full refund will be issued for all cancelled classes.
Withdrawals, Transfers & Refunds: To withdraw from a class for a refund: • More than 7 days notification – full refund • Less than 7 days notification – credit voucher less 25% After class begins – no refund or credit Refunds may take up to four weeks to process. Refunds will not be issued for non-attendance. Classes will not be canceled due to severe weather.