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“Bear Stories” – Traditional Inuit tales
Your Canadian Holiday Season

Centre culturel canadien
December 15th, 2021 14:00 - 15:00

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The magic of the holiday season is taking over the Canadian Cultural Centre! On Wednesday, December 15, we invite you to a day full of enchantment, perfect for kids and for the young at heart!  

At 2pm, join us  for “Bear Stories”,  traditional Inuit tales that will take the whole family on a journey to Canada’s Far North! 

Since she defeated a bear, the old woman has become inexhaustible! She knows a lot of bear stories: hunts, mutual aid, adoptions, marriages, transformations… Nothing can stop her!
On stage,  actress and storyteller Céline Espardellier transforms and becomes either a polar bear or a hunter by simply turning her costume over, to help us experience the close ties that unite the Inuit with the animal world… and the many transitions from one to the other.

“Bear Stories” – from 6 years old, and older
by the Par-dessus les toits company with Céline Espardellier, storyteller
Duration: 55 minutes

Don’t miss the rest of our lineup for this special day:

  • At 4pm, screening of the animated film “Snowtime!”
    Duration of 82 minutes – From 5 years old. Book your seat.
  • At 7pm, screening of “The Dog Who Stopped the War”
    Duration of 92 minutes – For the whole family


In response to French government measures, presentation of a valid health pass, a negative test or a recovery certificate will now be mandatory for all spectators aged 12 and over.


Centre culturel canadien
130 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris

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