Community Events

Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre first opened its doors in 1979 as a condition of the repatriation of the Sacred Potlatch Collection. Since then, we have hosted thousands of visitors who come to learn our traditions and hear our stories. We hope that you will join us.

The return of the Salmon
The return of the Salmon

Photo Courtesy of Jim Smith

Twins Georgina & Christina
Twins Georgina & Christina

Photo Courtesy of Jim Smith

Salmon Ceremony
Salmon Ceremony

Photo Courtesy of Jim Smith

The return of the Salmon
The return of the Salmon

Photo Courtesy of Jim Smith

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Sacred Salmon Ceremony

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Village of Cape Mudge

The salmon has sustained our communities since time immemorial, their importance woven into our history and stories and their image reflected throughout our carvings and artwork. We honour their importance by acknowledging their arrival and offering our gratitude for the sacrifice they make to nourish us.
In doing so, we pay respect to our ancestors who ensured through their spiritual connections to the harvest, that our peoples would survive now and for generations to follow.
Nuyumbalees Dinner & Art Auction

Village of Cape Mudge​

April 2, 2016
Tickets: $75

As a registered non-profit society, Nuyumbalees relies heavily on our donors and supports. The Annual Dinner and Art Auction is a lively event proudly supported by local artisans including Brad Assu, Darren Blaney, Jessica Chickite, Bill Henderson, William Henderson, Mark Henderson, John Henderson, Tom Hunt, Mike Price, Gail Rankin and Curtis Wilson. 

bill henderson
bill henderson

mike price
mike price

bracelet
bracelet

bill henderson
bill henderson

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Return of the Assu House Posts

October 10, 2015

Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre

After more than 87 years away, Chief BIlly Assu's House Posts were returned from the Canadian Museum of History. A public ceremony was held to mark the occassion and all guests were invited to join the community for the feast which followed.

The two-twenty foot poles anchor the "The Man Behind the Masks - The Life and Legacy of Chief Billy Assu" exhibit inside the Centre.