June is


Indigenous History Month resources

This month we can learn about the unique cultures, traditions and experiences of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis through learning resources. Follow Queen’s Office of Indigenous Initiatives on Instagram for profiles, stories, and more event info.

We encourage you to broaden your awareness and help honour the stories, achievements, and resilience of Indigenous Peoples as we celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21.

Join Queen's Indigenous community members to celebrate Indigenous talent and culture in City Park and Springer Market Square on June 21 at 6 pm for an amazing concert by 2nd Line Bluegrass! More details can be found on the Kingston Native Centre and Language Nest - KNCLN facebook page. 


Supporting National Indigenous History Month around Kingston and beyond.

Let's come together as a community to honour and respect the stories, achievements, and resilience of Indigenous Peoples. Here's how you can support National Indigenous History Month:


Immerse yourself in learning resources about Canada's First Nations, Inuit, and Métis cultures

Experience Indigenous culture firsthand through food, art, and education this summer. Visit the Indigenous experiences in Kingston offered by Visit Kingston.

Explore the resources, digital stories, language activities, and cultural teachings available at Kingston Indigenous Language Nest

Join us at City Park on June 21st to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. Wear an orange shirt to show your support for learning about and reflecting on our country's history and present-day truths with Indigenous Peoples.