In the art exhibition, The Blackfoot Story, Indigenous artists tell their stories in vivid portrayals that speak directly to the heart in a 500-year timeline. Located in the Blackfoot Gallery, we invite you to book a tour at (403) 894-7962 when Alberta Covid-19 restrictions allow indoor activities.
Thank you to Blackfoot Lodge supporters:
Lorne Pavan and LaFarge Canada for the creation and maintenance of the beautiful GreeneSpace;
Kirsten Hironaka and Earthlings Inc for the amazing design and the City of Lethbridge for their coordination and support.
Grandma's Lodge: A holistic residential program that provides emergency (one-three months) and transitional (three months to three years) accommodation in a communal setting while honing culturally appropriate life management skills not unlike what happens at Grandma's.
Napi's Lodge: Blackfoot Canadian Culturally Society sponsored discussion groups to be open to the public when Covid-19 measures allow:
Blackfoot Ceremonial Protocols
Blackfoot Kinship Systems
The Blackfoot Family Lodge is a non-profit charitable organization that relies on financial donations to support our programs and assist our residents. Please contact us at (403) 329-6506 or (403) 894-7962 to donate to the Society.
Thank you to our supporters:
- Tori Leavitt & Second Nature Tree Care for preventing a tragedy at the Blackfoot Family Residence by removing three humongous dead trees leaning into the west side of the two story house
- Otillia Harlos for the much appreciated knitted toques
- Southminister United Church and Rev. James for new fridges. "This weekend, Rev. James and a team from Southminster moved thirteen fridges into individual rooms at the Blackfoot Lodge, Lethbridge. It was such a beautiful day and we all felt so blessed to be a blessing to others. Thank you to all those who played a part in making this donation possible!"