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STO:LO CULTURAL TOURS

BOOK TODAY: 604-824-3211 or email: stolo.tourism@stolonation.bc.ca

SUMMER TOUR SERIES: BOOK ONLINE HERE: https://www.stologiftshop.com/tour-packages

GUIDED GROUNDS TOURS: • Coqualeetza (Chilliwack) • St Mary's Residential School (Mission)

GUIDED BUS TOURS: • Bad Rock (Chilliwack/Yale/Hope) • Chilliwack Lake • Sumas

GUIDED WATER TOURS: • Harrison Lake • Harrison River • Fraser River

CUSTOM TOURS/EVENTS: • Full Days • Half Days • Speaking Engagements

You are welcomed to experience and learn about the traditions, history, culture, language and stories of the Stó:lō People. Explore the magnificent Stó:lō-Coast Salish traditional territory.

Stó:lō territory is a cultural treasure within the Fraser Valley and into the Canyon, surrounded by majestic mountains and centred around the Fraser River. Discover the stories and Hal’qeméylem place names. You can view cultural artifacts, hear our oral history that supports our Stó:lō traditions, visit our newly renovated interpretive centre and learn about our history and region,  visit our longhouse, walk through the Coqualeetza grounds and explore our newly installed educational kiosks, shop and enjoy traditional artwork, and meet the people.

GUIDED GROUNDS TOURS - booking: 604-824-3211 stolo.tourism@stolonation.bc.ca

COQUALEETZA GROUNDS TOUR (#10-7201 Vedder Rd., Chilliwack BC)

SPECIAL SUMMER TOUR SERIES DATES:

WEDNESDAY JUNE 19,
THURSDAY JULY 4,
TUESDAY JULY 23
 

SPECIAL RATES: ADULTS: $20 AND CHILDREN/SENIORS: $10 - ALL SIZED GROUPS AND AGES ARE WELCOME!

Discover the culture, traditions, history.  Learn about art, plants, collections and language of the Stó:lō people. Explore the Stó:lō Resource Centre and learn about the authentic Coast Salish basket and archaeological collections including Man Turned to Stone: T'xwelátse. Sonny McHalsie will guide you around the grounds while narrating stories about the grounds and surrounding area. Cost is $12.50/child and $25/adult and takes approximately 90 minutes. Tours are by booking arrangements. Email: stolo.tourism@stolonation.bc.ca

http://www.srrmcentre.com/StoneTxwelatse/07Introduction.html