We come up from Seattle in the summer to ride the Spirit Catcher Train. The village is low key and populated with really lovely folks anxious to share their culture. The Spirit Bear story is a nice reminder that we are not alone on our planet. The cooler and tent mentioned in another review are meant to represent a modern campsite per the story. The kudos the First Nations youth who reenact the story and to the organizers. Every year the village grows with new events. Loved the weaving demo and the dancers. Though my 8 year old missed the Musqueam archeologist that was there last year. We will be back next year to experience it again.
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