Elders Bruce and Deanna Starlight of Tsuut’ina Nation in Airdrie for an Elder Talk

Winter 2023/24

Indigenous and non-Indigenous people are invited to join the Circle Connections for Reconciliation Society (CCFRS) for our upcoming Elder Talk. Come and listen to captivating stories, valuable life lessons, and heartfelt advice shared by our esteemed Elders Bruce and Deanna Starlight of Tsuut’ina Nation.

This in-person event is the fifth and final of the series and will be held at the City of Airdrie Council Chambers on February 3rd from 2 to 4 p.m. Don’t miss this unique learning opportunity to gain valuable insights and be inspired by their rich knowledge and unique perspectives.

Register now to reserve your free spot in this special event. Your response will help us plan for seating and refreshments. Ages 16+. Registration at Eventbrite:

Elder Talks may include personal stories that attendees find unsettling. A trained Trauma Support Worker will be available if anyone needs support.

We are incredibly grateful to the Calgary Foundation for funding this initiative and to the City of Airdrie for their ongoing support to make this possible.

CCFRS is a grassroots community driven initiative organized by a team of dedicated volunteers bringing Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together in peace and friendship in Airdrie and the surrounding area, working together towards genuine and ongoing reconciliation in our community.

Visit the CCFRS website for more information:

For media inquiries contact:

Adrian Pruden
Co-Chair of Circle Connections for Reconciliation Society, 403-710-0091

Michelle Jorgensen
Culture and Heritage Strategist, City of Airdrie, 403-471-6285