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  • Semiahmoo Exhibit

    Culture and entertainment
    The exhibit layout, showing displays cases, touch screens and posters
    Location(s): Fort Langley National Historic Site
    Cost: General admission fees apply

    Che’ Semiahmah-Sen, Che’ Shesh Whe Weleq-sen Si’am / (I am Semiahmoo, I am Survivor of the Flood) exhibit

    The new Che’ Semiahmah-Sen, Che’ Shesh Whe Weleq-sen Si’am / (I am Semiahmoo, I am Survivor of the Flood) exhibit is located on the top floor of the Big House. Through the exhibit, the Semiahmoo First Nation tell their story with a focus on their oral history, who they are as a people, and their place in the Lower Mainland. Visitors will take a journey focusing on Semiahmoo’s story as it relates to land and water, spoken from the traditional knowledge of the Nation’s Chief Harley Chappell. Throughout the exhibit, visitors can view cedar baskets, dioramas of reef net sites and summer villages, and items related to present day Semiahmoo that will tell the story of the nation and its journey in the past and present. Please join us this summer at Fort Langley’s Big House to experience this display of Semiahmoo culture.

    Semiahmoo Exhibit Information PDF

    Semiahmoo First Nation logo Museum of Surrey logo


  • Milky Bath Bombs Workshop

    Culture and entertainment
    White bath bombs covered in dried flower petals.
    Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    Location(s): Fort Langley National Historic Site
    Cost: $36.53 per person

    Join Deanna Miller (sxwnem) of Katzie First Nation for a Milky Bath Bomb workshop. Participants will watch a demonstration of how to make the milky bath bombs, then choose dried plant medicine to create a custom blend to roll their bath bombs in. 

    Each plant offering will be discussed, and the benefits and uses of the plants will be highlighted. Deanna will also guide discussions about plant protocols while harvesting and different ways to use plants to make medicine.

    To register, please email and include your name, phone number, and the number of people in your party. You will receive a call within three business days to confirm if there is space and take your payment. 

    Notes: Deanna Miller (sxwnem) is from Katzie First Nation and was born and raised on Katzie ancestral land in the Langley territory. šxʷne:m is a word in the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language that means healer. In an effort to return to the ways of her ancestors, she makes medicines from plants she harvests from her land. All products are handmade in small batches with intention, love and respect. She enjoys all opportunities to share this ancestral knowledge through workshops and plant walks.

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