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Despite "snow out" fun had at History in the Hills.

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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, located on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, hosted the annual History in the Hills celebration in early June. The event was a collaboration of centers in southern Alberta. Despite the snow for part of the celebration, approximately 1,200 students participated in the long list of activities, which included Metis jigging, storytelling, and Aboriginal traditional dance. The event was held a week earlier this year to better accommodate students and teachers who came from BC and Manitoba.

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Publication:Alberta Sweetgrass
Date:Jul 1, 2009
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