Adäka Festival, Yukon

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In Whitehorse, Yukon, July 1-7, 2016, the annual Adäka Festival (www.adakafestival.ca) celebrates First Nation culture and traditions, with music, dance and storytelling performances plus demonstrations of art, weaving and carving. Most events are free. Traditional-craft workshops are each offered for a fee.

The festival is held at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Center (1171 Front St., Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 0G9, Canada; 867/667-7698).

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In Whitehorse, Yukon, July 1-7, 2016, the annual Adäka Festival (www.adakafestival.ca) celebrates First Nation culture and traditions, with music, dance and storytelling performances plus demonstrations of art, weaving and carving. Most events are free. Traditional-craft workshops are each offered for a fee.

The festival is held at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Center (1171 Front St., Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 0G9, Canada; 867/667-7698).