KES Dance Program – Project 5

Building a bridge of hope to the communities of the Mushkegowuk Council through education, awareness, and celebration of cultural heritage.

KES Dance Program – Project 5


Check out these great photos from Project 5, one of our partners in the effort to provide aid to Ontario’s indigenous youth.

Flying Free was thrilled to be able to support Project 5 with one of their recent initiatives — a Dance Program at Kattawapiskak Elementary School in Attawapiskat. The KES Dance Program was a huge success, with over 200 students from grades 3 to 8 participating!

About Project 5: “PROJECT 5 intends to connect the four major fly-in First Nation Communities located in the James Bay area with the rest of Canada, through sports and the arts. All of our programs are implemented by youth and geared to youth and the general community.”

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