Drop by the Musée Héritage Museum Gift Shop and take a closer look at our selection of handcrafted items. This is only a small sample of gifts available. All of these creations were made by members of the Michel Band.
The Musée Héritage Museum’s Aboriginal Programmer, Celina Loyer, makes the dream catchers.
An assortment of Syd Courtepatte’s hand stitched and hand beaded mitts and moccasins are on display. Syd will custom make to your size and preference.
Maureen Callihoo Ligtvoet gives great attention to the detail in all of her beaded jewellery. We have an assortment of beaded wristbands, wrap bracelets, earrings, and pendants.
Tara Lynn Courtepatte started making dream catchers when she was in high school, set them aside for short time, and has recently returned to her interest in creating themed dream catchers.
Each one is unique and Tara Lynn shares the story of your dream catcher with you when you purchase one of these beautiful pieces.
When you drop by the Gift Shop, be sure to allow additional time to explore The Michel Band Exhibition. The Exhibition is on until January 7, 2017.
For additional information please go to www.museeheritage.ca or call 780 459-1528.