Please join us at Mādahòkì Farm to celebrate the Spring Season in the context of Indigenous culture.

Everyone is invited to reconnect with the land while learning about Indigenous traditions during this beautiful change of season. Enjoy authentic Indigenous programming and an Indigenous Makers and Farmers Market, interactive creative workshops, culinary delights and meet the rare Ojibwe Spirit Horses – fun for young and old.

Festival Highlights

  • Bring out your inner artist as you create your own Indigenous craft. Savour meals inspired by our Annishnaabe Sugar Moon! Make your own maple taffy, with Indigenous harvested syrup
  • Enjoy live cultural performances and storytelling on the Celebration Stage.
  • Meet the rare and endangered Ojibwe Spirit Horses and listen to their story of survival and resilience with Spirit Horse Advocate Artist Rhonda Snow.
  • Shop the Indigenous Marketplace with dozens of Indigenous vendors selling onsite and online.
  • Walk the Legacy Trail and gain traditional knowledge about the change of seasons and moons and the plants and medicines that are important to Indigenous culture.
  • Visit the Reconciliation Rock Station, choose an orange rock, add a message, picture or sentiment of reconciliation to take home or leave as a legacy on-site. Make a donation to Legacy of Hope to support residential school survivors and advocacy.
  • Meet our small animals on the farm and enjoy some farm play on the hay bales & teeter-totter.
  • Sit by the fire to watch and learn the traditional process of boiling sap into maple syrup – a sweet gift to the world from our local Indigenous communities.
  • Enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride through the farm every day from 12pm to 3pm.