- Round Dance with Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat The sākihiwē festival is working with the West End Cultural Centre to host its very first round dance. The free event is a part of Winteruption WPG and it's set for Friday, January 27, 2023 at the West End Cultural Centre.
- Burnstick, Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat for sākihiwē music Thursdays Folk music duo Burnstick and round dance singers Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat have video premieres for sākihiwē music Thursdays scheduled for release in September.
- Austin Street Festival 2022 We're working with the North Point Douglas Women's Centre (NPDWC) to produce a full afternoon of free entertainment for families at the Austin Street Festival on Friday, August 26. The stage will be set up at the corner of Austin Street and Lorne Avenue and the performances begin at 1:00 pm.
- sākihiwē festival Opaskwayak The sākihiwē festival is working with Joe A. Ross School in Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) to deliver a series of free music workshops and performances by four Indigenous artists from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba on March 18 and 19.
- Fawn Wood explores climate change in Cree territory Fawn Wood takes us to Alberta for a look at climate change in Cree territory for the third episode of Honour Song season 2. Her 20-minute film, by Cree-ative Vision, begins with a round dance song and includes testimonials about climate change from Elders Charles and Mary Wood.
- Powwow playlists, curated by Fawn Wood Fawn Wood has curated three playlists on YouTube with performances by champion powwow drums groups from across Turtle Island for us. The series, presented by the sākihiwē festival and the National Music Centre, includes 30 performances in the contemporary, straight, and southern styles filmed by audience members at some of the biggest competition powwows.
- sākihiwē + Wahkohtowin Families workshops set for August The sākihiwē festival's workshops will continue into August with more free performances and fun activities for families and fans of live music. The series will stream on the festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page every Wednesday, beginning on August 5.
- More sākihiwē festival songwriter concerts and workshops set for July Sandra Sutter, William Prince, Samantha Crain, PIQSIQ, and Fawn Wood among the artists set to perform and lead workshops for the sākihiwē festival's outreach programming in July.
- Introducing sākihiwē family workshops and songwriter concerts The sākihiwē festival is kicking off June with a new outreach series that includes free workshops for families and free songwriter concerts for music lovers around the globe. The program will run every Wednesday and stream online for free from the festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page.