Join us for Ojibway storytelling with Aaron Bell, hear some great tales and learn about their role and importance to his culture. Sessions at 12:30, 2:00, and 3:30 in the Museum's Sculpture Gallery.

Aaron Bell is a first Nations storyteller. He designed award winning curriculum for Woodland cultural center, Kanata Nature village, and now owns his own business white pine dancers. He is an author, actor, artist and a single father! His storytelling engagements are both entertaining as well as educational! As soon as Eryn begin speaking and sharing his gifts, the audience knows they’re in for something special.

This is the last chance to see the Voices of Chief’s Point exhibition which is closing Sunday. Hear Anishinaabeg songs and stories that were recorded onto wax cylinders from as far back as 1938.