Contact: Dan Doherty
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The Globe Theatre
617 8 Ave SW
Calgary, AB  T2P 1H1

Dan and Marlene Doherty would like to invite you to the sixth in a series of “Evening of Dialogue”. The evening is cosponsored by Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, and will hopefully initiate Dialogue between our District and the First Nations that also signed the Treaty.

Making Treaty 7

Treaty 7 is one of a family of numbered treaties signed between Canada’s First Nations and Queen Victoria between 1871 and 1921. Treaty 7 paved the way for the peaceful settlement of the Province of Alberta. Making Treaty 7 tells the story of that historic agreement and investigates the results and implications 140 years later.

The purpose of Making Treaty 7 is to produce events of both local and international interest, with the potential to act as transformational agents for people of all ages and backgrounds. Inspired by the founding event of modern Southern Alberta, Making Treaty 7 invites Rotarians to consider an enlightened, sustainable future – for all of us.

Our evening will feature filmed vignettes from live Treaty 7 performances, selected with a view to stimulate and promote dialogue between and within the panel and the audience.


Presented in part with Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society

Donations Accepted at the door.

Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 6.15 PM*
The Globe Theatre, Calgary

*Doors open at 6.00 PM


The evening will consist of a series of video vignettes from Treaty 7 performances followed by a dialogue with Making Treaty 7 Artistic Director Justin Many Fingers, Artist and Community Activist Sandra Sutter and Aboriginal Awareness Leader and Musician Walter MacDonald White Bear.


2015 Performance Trailer