Dewegan Drum & Song

This intimate experience teaches you about Anishnaabek songs and drum teachings

$55 Adults / $50 Elders & Students on the Wikwemikong Tourism website!
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This intimate experience teaches you about Anishnaabek songs and drum teachings. It includes an exhilarating hand drum performance and an opportunity to participate! Beat the drum and learn the different styles of songs that can be heard throughout Turtle Island (North America).

Duration: 1.5 hrs

Cost: $55 Adults / $50 Elders & Students

Includes: Hand Drums & Sticks, Water

Available: June to September

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About Wikwemikong Tourism

Wikwemikong Tourism offers tours hosted by the Anishnaabek people who carefully plan itineraries that reflect the lifestyles of the Three Fires Confederacy; an alliance of the Ojibwe, Odawa & Pottawatomi.

As Manitoulin’s largest First Nation community and Canada’s only officially recognized Unceded Indian Reserve, Wikwemikong is rich in culture and…

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