Grade 4 students from across School District 60 were among those invited to the four-hour celebration.
The annual event, sidelined by the pandemic, featured displays, demonstrations, drumming and music which highlighted the culture and history of the Dane-zaa.
“It’s really important to have it back again. We love to share our culture,” said chief Trevor Makadahay. “It’s really about education and teaching people from our local communities and schools about who we are.”