Mādahòkì Farm hosts four seasonal festivals that welcome visitors to celebrate the Winter/Spring/Summer and Harvest moons. These events include public programming and experiences, arts, vendors and traditional foods.
Tagwàgi [Autumn] Festival
Everyone is invited to reconnect with the land while learning about Indigenous traditions during this beautiful change of season. The Tagwàgi (Autumn) Festival promises authentic Indigenous programming, an Indigenous Makers and Farmers Market, interactive creative workshops, culinary delights and a chance to meet the rare Ojibwe Spirit Ponies — fun for young and old.
Pibòn [Winter] Festival
Sīgwan [Spring] Festival
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 Market, interactive creative workshops, culinary delights and meet the rare Ojibwe Spirit Horses – fun for young and old.
Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival
Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival is a multi-disciplinary arts festival that brings together Indigenous artists, performers, educators, students, and community members to share knowledge and celebrate Canada’s diverse Indigenous cultures.
Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival (SSIF) takes place during National Indigenous History Month and coincides with National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD)