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Le rire de l’amulette

[:fr]Centre culturel canadien (Invalides)[:en]Canadian Cultural Centre (Invalides)[:]
February 25th, 2015

Nathalie Krajcik photo J F Delamar
Nathalie Krajcik. Photo J F Delamarre
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The Espace culturel inuit, in collaboration with the Canadian Cultural Centre, invites you to attend Le rire de l’amulette, a show of polar tales presented by Nathalie Krajcik-Bélanger, a Franco-Quebec storyteller.

The polar tale Le rire de l’amulette is the story of a small amulet that prefers to stay warm on the neck of a young hunter. But why do all these small figurines come to dance in Noonak’s dreams? How did caribou become caribou?

The Franco-Quebec storyteller Nathalie Krajcik-Bélanger presents a collection of tales of the Far North, tales of How and Why, tales of laughing, growing up and learning to be patient.

An Association Inuksuk-Espace culturel inuit program

Anyone from 5 years old.
Free admission, by reservation, subject to availability.

A program of the Inuksuk-Espace culturel inuit association

Reservation required on 06 88 09 68 77 or espace.inuit@free.fr.


[:fr]Centre culturel canadien (Invalides)[:en]Canadian Cultural Centre (Invalides)[:]
5, rue de Constantine, Paris

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