Globe Walk Celebration Luncheon
Wed May 10, Western Development Museum, 2610 Lorne Avenue, Saskatoon
Time: Doors open 11.30 am, Luncheon at Noon, Cost: $20 Phone 306.652.2255
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Lawrence Roy is a born and raised from Saskatoon SK. He has been hoop dancing since 1989. His first teacher Delvin Kennedy taught Lawrence the style of 21 hoops in the St Mary’s Hoop Dance Troupe. Entering high school his second teacher Patrick Nippi taught Lawrence the style of 17 hoops. Today he dances with 30. Lawrence has passed on his teachings to his children who have all taught others on their own. He loves to teach anyone that wants to learn. Many places you will find Lawrence is Wanuskewin, White Buffalo Youth Lodge, Friendship Centre and numerous schools in and around the surrounding area of Saskatoon. Lawrence brings many teachings of the hoop, the origin and humour in his performance and stories.
Join us to celebrate a year of achievements and a look back at 2023.
Featuring Indigenous Hoop Dancer, Lawrence Roy; Singing with Elmer Tootoosis
Elmer Tootoosis is from Poundmaker First Nation. He sings with Young Thunder. His family loves to travel to pow wow and ceremonies. He teaches singing at various schools in Saskatoon.
SCOA Globe Walk April Event – Chilean Dance with Regina Globe Walk
Mon April 24, 3 pm
Continue your journey of movement to Chile where you will experience dancing La “Cueca” and listening to music.
March Globe Walk Event: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Kit Kelly
February Globe Walk Event: Moving to the Beat – Honouring Black History Month –
Globe Walk Launch 2023: Celebrate Ukrainian New Year!
Join us as we celebrate Ukrainian New Year with dance, music and story telling.