Indigenous Poets Society — newo

Native American Society — newo

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Spoken and literature Word , Indigenous Action

The Native American Society are a bunch of Plains Cree poets based at the town of Saskatoon, on Treaty Six Territory. They consist of but aren’t exclusive to Kevin Wesaquate, Tala Tootoosis, Lindsay “eekwol” Knight and eco aborijanelle. Newo involves the four angels carrying turns on a cellular “podium” which they’re creating depending on the land. They will take part in little sets of one poem every day throughout the night, moving across the Riversdale, Downtown, along with Broadway neighbourhoods.

This activity is currently in English.
This task is currently wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Walking, Storytelling, Poetry, Performance, Outdoors, Kids, Family Friendly, All Ages, Spoken Word


Fri Sep No events scheduled.
Sat Sep 7:00 PM to 1:00 AM (next day)
Sun Oct No events scheduled.


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& Downtown, Riversdale, Broadway
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan


Native American Society will soon be moving across the neighbourhoods of Riversdale, Downtown, & Broadway through the day.


Nuit Blanche Saskatoon is a free, festival which brings art to the roads. This year’s festival has been taking place Saturday, September 30th, from 7pm to 1am at the Riversdale of Saskatoon, Downtown, along with Broadway neighbourhoods.

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