National Aboriginal Day is a time for Native People to celebrate and feel pride in their cultures and accomplishments. It falls annually on June 21. The Summer Solstice is and has been a sacred time in all Native cultures. There are festivities across the country showcasing the best traditional and contemporary Native artists and performers. APTN has a live seven hour broadcast showing highlight from some of the larger events.
We work with many local Northwest Coast artists at Cheryl’s Trading Post, and we’re passionate about promoting native art and supporting our people's traditions and practices. This week, we’re spotlighting a family of talented local artists we work with, who are all available for custom orders.
In honour of International Woman’s Day we would like to shine a light on the woman who is an integral part of our family business – our mother, wife, stepmother and pillar of our larger family and community.
On Thursday, January 26, 2017 Cheryl’s Trading Post was honoured with the 2016 Outstanding Business of the Year Award, in the one to seven employees category, recognizing our achievements and participation in community service.
Thank you to everyone who came to visit our Cheryl’s Trading Post sister store, at the Tsawwassen Mills shopping mall, over the holiday season! After a successful season we have closed our store at the Tsawwassen Mills location and plan to re-open a pop-up shop during the 2017 holiday season.