An exhibition of more than fifty artworks by Northern Indigenous artists whose works display the complex and inseparable bonds across diverse lands, waters, nations and peoples
presents original art produced on the trails, inspired by the natural and cultural history of Kwanlin/Miles Canyon & Canyon City. The aim is to connect Yukoners with our landscape and history through creative media, as well as to support local artists connecting with each other, the public, and the natural world. We aim to feature artists of all ages from all walks of life, who will explore the landscape and history of the area through a variety of perspectives and media.
2022 Augusto Children’s Festival! We are 100% volunteer organized and run Festival that started this dedicated art and music festival for children in 2017. Whether you are a child, family, volunteer or presenter, there will be much to entertain you throughout the weekend! With a focus on zero waste, our themes change every year …
a dynamic and engaging martial art that can be traced to the middle of the 18th century. The sport is also referred to as the “Art of Eight Limbs” because it utilizes punching, kicking, elbowing and knee strikes. Muay Thai teaches combat skills that are good for self-defence along with positive holistic effects like respect, discipline, focus, and confidence. Open to ages 8 - 12.