We are hosting Culinary Training on March 3rd & 9th from 9am – 5pm at Blackfoot Crossing. You will have the opportunity to be trained by Professional chefs! You get the chance to learn about meat cutting, food presentation, techniques, how a kitchen operates and more!
Only 11 spots available!
Qualifications to apply:- Must have food handling certification.- Participants will have added Blackfoot Crossings reference list for any future summer events.
To register Contact:email@example.com or 403-734-5171
🌟 Join us in celebrating the richness of Siksika culture at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Indigenous Fashion Show! 🌈✨
Mark your calendars for March 22, 2024, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., as we open our gift shop in style for the 2024 season at Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park. 🛍️
Tickets are $60. Immerse yourself in the beauty of traditional fashion and support local artisans! 🌺👗 #indigenousfashionshow #CulturalCelebration
Hey Blackfoot Crossing Family & Friends! Just a quick heads up that our kitchen will be closed today to whip up some delicious delights for you in the days to come! We appreciate your understanding and can’t wait to see you soon! Stay tuned for the exciting updates, and thanks for being the awesome community that you are! #BlackfootCrossingAdventures#KitchenBreakDay#ExcitingThingsComingSoon
🌟 Join us in expressing immense gratitude to Laura Sitting Eagle, our esteemed Elder of the Month for January! 🌿✨At Blackfoot Crossing, Laura has been a beacon of wisdom, sharing her teachings with warmth and grace as visitors embark on their tours. 🚶♂️🚶♀️ Your guidance has touched our hearts, and your kindness lights up our journey.Thank you, Laura, your contributions are truly cherished. 🙏💖 #ElderOfTheMonth #Gratitude #CommunityAppreciation #WisdomAndKindness
Hello Siksika community! 🌟 Mark your calendars! Lucile Wright will be at Blackfoot Crossing on Tuesday, January 30, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm, ready to assist Siksika members in completing their Water Settlement claims forms. Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity! Service will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. See you there! #SiksikaCommunity #WaterSettlementClaims #GetAssistance
Are you ready to showcase your talent and culture at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Princess and Warrior Pageant? This is a unique opportunity to represent the Blackfoot Nation and celebrate its rich history and heritage. The event will take place on March 25th, 2024 at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park.
To register, you must meet the following criteria:
You must be 16-20 years old
You must not hold any other reigns for the 2024-2025 season.
You must be a dancer in any category
If you are interested, please email Amie Sitting Eagle at firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form. Don’t miss this chance to be part of this amazing event and share your passion and pride with the world. #BlackfootCrossing#PrincessAndWarrior#Pageant#Dance#Culture#History
🎉 Blackfoot Crossing and Bo are making waves on CBC News! 📰 So proud to see our community and its stories getting the recognition they deserve. Cheers to the incredible journey ahead! 🌟 #CommunityPride #CBCSpotlight
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Very exciting News! Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park is thrilled to announce that we will be receiving the 11,000-year-old Bison antiquus occidentalis specimen on November 30th. Discovered near Taber, Alberta, in 1957, this mature male skeleton tells a unique tale of early human interaction with the extinct giant bison in North America. With the potential for a world-class exhibit at the Badlands Historical Centre, this ancestor to Plains Buffalo evolved during a changing climate and eventually became extinct 6,000 years ago. The discovery also includes a stone artifact embedded in the specimen’s brain case, marking the earliest known evidence of human presence in Alberta and dating the end of glaciation. Join us for a special welcoming ceremony as we celebrate this remarkable piece of history. Everyone is invited to be part of this momentous occasion. Let’s come together to honor the past and embrace the significance of this unique discovery!