- The sākihiwē festival at the Austin Street Festival The sākihiwē festival and the North Point Douglas Women's Centre (NPDWC) are working together to present blues legend Billy Joe Green, Inuit throat singer Nikki Komaksiutiksak, singer/songwriter Gabrielle Fontaine, the Southern Thunderbird Medicine Drum, and artists from Studio 393 at the Austin Street Festival on Friday, August 2.
- sākihiwē festival x north point douglas women's centre the sākihiwē festival is teaming up with the north point douglas womens centre (npdwc) to present shanley spence, ila barker hellnback, and studio 393 at the austin street festival on friday, august 3, 2018. the concert is set for 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on austin street, between selkirk avenue and euclid avenue, and the npdwc also has a dunk tank, bbq, face painting, and street hockey all set for the day.
- Free music workshops for youth at Aboriginal Music Week 2015 Singer/songwriter Logan Staats, traditional hand drum singers Oogimah Ikwewok, female emcee T-Rhyme, and rapper Mic Jordan will be at three of our four community celebrations delivering 60 minute workshops about their music along with their experience as Indigenous folks in the music industry for any and all youth who are interested.
- AMW expands to Point Douglas with award winner, chart toppers, and rising star Aboriginal Music Manitoba (AMM) is excited to announce that it will be partnering with the North Point Douglas Women's Centre (NPDWC) on a fourth free community celebration during Aboriginal Music Week 2015. The event, dubbed the Aboriginal Music Week Stage at the Austin Street Festival, will mirror the format of Aboriginal Music Week's other community celebrations with music workshops, activities for kids, a free BBQ, and a big concert featuring performances by First Nation, Métis, and Inuit acts from across Canada.