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OHSWEKEN – There was sun, but it wasn’t too hot. There was a breeze to keep it cool, but not strong enough to blow over displays and vendor tents. There was no rain. All of this was a recipe for one of the biggest turnouts for the Bread and Cheese (Victoria Day) celebrations at the Six Nations fairgrounds in years.
OHSWEKEN – Balmy weather, great music and cheerful energy filled the air as the Six Nations Outdoor Farmer’s Market opened on Saturday.
Established in 2010, this year marks not only the 5th market season, but also some important changes, including a more spacious venue.
SIX NATIONS – Chiefswood Bridge was closed on Thursday just after 5 p.m. due to a collision following a high speed chase with an SUV.
Six Nations Police said they were investigating reports of a stolen Chevrolet SUV at a Chiefswood Road address when a man and a woman inside the SUV fled.
Victoria Day is May 18 this year and this welcomes the beginning of Six Nation’s 27th Annual Community Awareness Week (CAW). With over 60 events planned for this year’s Community Awareness Week, it is sure to be the best one yet.
On Friday, May 15 at 7 p.m., the Woodland Cultural Centre will be celebrating the 40th year of the Annual First Nations Art Exhibition with Elizabeth “Betts” Doxtator as this year’s featured artist. The exhibit opening will have Chief Ava Hill and M.P. Phil McColeman as dignitary speakers.