It'll be a busy weekend for the Sandy Bay First Nation -- they're holding their traditional Pow Wow.
Pow Wow committee president Eddie Houle continues to extend an invite to all nationalities, and says more and more non-aboriginal people are responding to the call.
He expects a visit from an amazed Japanese group who witnessed their first pow wow in Sandy Bay.
Houle feels the pow wow is key in teaching younger generations of their culture and heritage. He makes an effort every year to get his message through and it may be working, as the youth have started to join his committee.