Pibòn (Winter) Festival Winterlude Edition Kicks Off At Mādahòkì Farm For Family Day Weekend

The Pibòn (Winter) Festival returns to Mādahòkì Farm this weekend for a special Winterlude edition. Mādahòkì Farm is an official Winterlude partner for their 2024 season. This special edition of the Pibòn (Winter) Festival runs from February 17th to February 19th, and includes a daily traditional Indigenous meal accompanied by Pow Wow dance performance, a […]

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Mādahòkì Farm Launches Their Indigenous Food Ways Training Program

The folks over at Mādahòkì Farm have cooked up an exciting opportunity for any Indigenous person interested in learning culinary skills. With their Indigenous Food Ways training program you can learn relevant employable skills to start your Indigenous culinary career, such as Meal and food preparation How to plant, harvest and forage traditional food History […]

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Mark the incoming season at Mādahòkì Farm’s Sīgwan (Spring) Festival

Spring is right around the corner and Mādahòkì Farm in Ottawa is ready to honour and celebrate the season with the Sīgwan Festival. Sīgwan means “spring” in Ojibwe. You may have visited Mādahòkì Farm for their Winter (Pìbon) Festival back in December, but if you missed it, Sīgwan Festival will include many similar features. You can shop with Indigenous […]

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Celebrate the season at the local Tagwàgi Festival

The seasons have changed and what better way to honour that than with a celebration. The Tagwàgi Festival is a first of many seasonal events planned at the new and local Mādahòkì Farm, a gathering place to share in Indigenous experiences. Tagwàgi means “autumn” in Anishinaabe, while Mādahòkì means “to share land,” a very fitting sentiment as the festival […]

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