The group does presentations for every kind of venue, including opening ceremonies and dance presentations for conventions/conferences, cultural festivals, school presentations, wedding ceremonies, and blessing ceremonies.
The group is very professional, is well polished, and is able to adapt to any occasion.
For more information,
please call (604) 980-2230
or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spakwus Slolem presentations brings out “Chiax”, the protocol and laws of our canoe culture, for our Longhouses. Some of our Elders today still have memories of early years, travelling across the waters in great canoes to visit Family in distant land , and exercising our Chiax. Spakwus Slolem presents a glimpse into this culture through singing/drumming and dance, and audience participation.
A Great Canoe gathering took place in 1993, called “The Gaatuwas”, in Bella Bella, B.C., paddlers from the Squamish sea-going Canoe enjoyed the culture so much they decided to continue, and eventually became known as Spakwus Slolem (Eagle Song) , travelling and presenting at venues in Switzerland (jazz festival) , Taiwan (2), Japan (2), across Canada, and locally, as well as Washington State.