July 6 Open Golf Tournament
$1400 / team (4 player teams)
Register here. Please contact email@example.com or call (306) 966-7686 after you have registered to complete the payment process. Spot is not secured until payment is received.
Hole-In-One challenge grand prize of $10,000
Open Texas Scramble Format
Cash prizes for Top Three Teams
Entry fee includes:
- Green fees and carts
- Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, and Skins
- Lunch and Supper
- Gift Package
- Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (306) 966-7686 after you have registered to complete the payment process. Spot is not secured until payment is received.
- Spot is not secured until payment is received
- No refunds for no-shows
July 7 Teaching and Learning Gathering
Daytime, USask Campus.
The Culture, Language, Traditional Teaching and Learning Gathering is set to be a highlight of ITEP’s 50th Anniversary celebrations. This event will showcase traditional teachings from various Indigenous artisans and cultural practitioners. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the background and significance of these teachings as well as practice their taught skill.
Sessions will take place in three time slots and will be facilitated by Elders, Knowledge keepers and teachers from various First Nations of Saskatchewan. The day will feature a range of sessions to choose from.
Location: University of Saskatchewan Campus, Saskatoon
Sessions are only $10/person/session! Use code 'ITEP50' for 20% off (valid until June 23).
*sessions subject to change or be modified. Interested in leading a session? Please contact us at ITEP50years@usask.ca. *
*All material for sessions are included. There will be light refreshments on site*
10 AM – Session and Facilitator
- Jigging with Desiree MacAulay - Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
- Protocol Teachings with Elizabeth Ahenakew - Education 2060
- Tipi Teachings with Jasmyn Albert – Field 10 (or STM Tipi Room if raining)
- Colonialism on Canvas: A 2Spirit Perspective with Jennifer Lenny – ITEP Student Lounge
- "Colonialism on Canvas - a 2Spirit Perspective" is an interactive art-based workshop in which you will learn about the 5 Stages of Colonialism and how each stage affected Indigenous people. This workshop uses art as a way to have conversations and reflections about colonialism and gives the participant an opportunity to paint a picture of resiliency and discuss how they might use the experience to revitalize and decolonize the spaces they hold as educators. You do not need to be artistic to participate. If you can draw circles, triangles, squares, and squiggly lines you can join in on the learning and reflections. Colleen Charles, who graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Master's Degree in Education, is the originator of this workshop and permission has been given to Jennifer Lenny to share from the perspective as a 2Spirit person.
- Birch Bark Biting with Rosella Carney (note: this session runs from 10 - 11:45 am) - Education 1251
- Learning Cree Through Song with Alexis McLeod – Education 2060
- Come learn the sound system in Woodland Cree and sing some Cree with Alexis. She will sing an original and a few covers. astam pī-nihithaw-nikamok (Come and sing some Cree).
- Grandfather Tree Teachings with Sharon Meyer – Education 1004
- Dene Drum Teachings with Allan Adams – Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
- Storytelling with Mika Lafond – ITEP Student Lounge
- Cree Drum Teachings with Preston Gamble (11:30 am)
~12:30 - 1:30 pm: Break for Lunch (on own)
- Moose Hair Tufting Rosella Carney (note: this session runs from 1 - 3 pm) - Education 1251
- Mini birchbark baskets with Lyndon Linklater – Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
- Join Lyndon J. Linklater as he facilitates a beginner birchbark basket making workshop. Linklater was taught how to work with birchbark by Ojibway Elders in Northwestern Ontario where he grew up. He witnessed and assisted in the making of birchbark canoes and baskets.
- USask Honor Song Story and Teaching with Harvey Thunderchild – Education 1004
- Medicine Teachings with Mary Morin – ITEP Student Lounge
- Métis Dancing with Modeste Mckenzie – Education 2060
3:30 PM - BBQ
July 7: BBQ (following the Teaching and Learning Gathering)
Past ITEP 50th Anniversary events
March 31 ITEP Student Council Round Dance
ITEP Student Council Round Dance
Come celebrate one of ITEP's 50th Anniversary events.
- MC Don Speidel & Howie Thompson
- Drummer Chief Marc Longjohn
- Smudge man Darrell Paskimin
March 31, 2023 (6:00 pm)
Education Gym, 28 Campus Dr (University of Saskatchewan)
- Free parking in Lot 'F'
- Indian Teacher Education Program
- College of Education
- Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre
- Office of the Vice-Provost Indigenous Engagement