Over the August long weekend, more than 360,000 people flocked to Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park to sample the sights, sounds and tastes of 85 different cultures participating in the Servus Heritage Festival.
The Aboriginal Pavilion, sponsored by the Canadian Native Friendship Centre was once again one of the most popular pavilions at the festival.
The pavilion including vibrant dancing by Doug Rain, Donny Rain, Dwight Paul and Darren Bird and a delicious menu featured BBQ buffalo skewers, bison bannock burgers, bannock and mint tea.
Here is a peek at some of the photos taken by Alberta Native News photo-journalist Terry Lusty. Click here for a related article and additional photos.
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