Taking Place in the Circle

Taking place in the Circle is design to help develop team cohesion skills trough the discovery of the democratic, egalitarian and ecological values of the Huron-Wendat Nation.

This 2h30 activity begins with the guided tour of our permanent exhibition “Territories, Memories, Knowledge” and of the national Ekionkiestha’ national longhouse, a reconstitution of an ancestral home which contains replica artifacts.

Finally, in circle, around the fire, the participants will learn to use the talking stick: a technique of diplomacy and mutual listening used for council and meeting. This exercise will allow them to express themselves on the themes of circular thinking, their roles in society and their impact on the environment. This exercise will allow them to express themselves on the themes of circular thinking, their roles in society and their impact on the environment. The activity ends with the making of a talking stick representing their group reflexion.

* For groups of 10 people and more (only upon reservation)
** Also offered to High School groups
***It is possible to create an “À la carte” package with other educational activities.

For reservation : (418) 847-0624, extension number 6003.