We partnered with Anglophone South School District and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Education to offer storytelling in 40 classrooms from November 2022 to March 2023.

A visit from First Nations Storytellers to your classroom will involve the sharing of one or two cultural stories with an overarching message around reconciliation. Our team adjusts the messaging to be age appropriate and typically includes learning a few Mi’kmaq words.

We are pleased to offer special pricing from November to June for school groups on the following programs:


Harbour Passage Interpretive Walk 

(description available via the “Guided Walking” experiences tab)


Place Fort La Tour 

(description available via the “Guided Walking” experiences tab)


Rockwood Park: 

We partner with Inside Out Nature Centre and can customize a program for your class or school that could include items such as paddling, hiking, talking circle, rock climbing and other outdoor activities.


Bannock Making:

If you have the ability to have a campfire/bonfire at your location, we can come and Bannock with your class.

First Nations Storytellers recognizes and affirms that we operate on the unceded and unsurrendered ancestral lands of the Wolastoqiyik, Peskotomuhkati and Mi’kmaq, respectively known as Wolastokuk,  Peskotomuhkatik and Mi’kmaki.   These lands are covered by the Treaties of Peace and Friendship first signed with the British Crown in 1725, and then recognized and affirmed by Canada in section 35 of the Constitution Act of 1982.  We invite you to learn about these agreements and how they protect the livelihood and cultural practices of the original inhabitants of this land you call home.