Sasquatch Days in Harrison Hot Springs
The very first Sasquatch Days had taken place on in 1938 and was attended by over 2000 First Nations people from across Canada and United States. Be part
The very first Sasquatch Days had taken place on in 1938 and was attended by over 2000 First Nations people from across Canada and United States. Be part of living history as you join us on the shores of Harrison Lake, the traditional territory of Sts’ailes people on the ancient village site of Qwólts and attend our war canoe races, salmon BBQ, medicine walks and more.
We raise our hands to you in respect and gratitude for joining us for our 10th Annual Sasquatch Days, which is co-hosted by the Village of Harrison Hot Springs and the nation of Sts’ailes. This historic event aims to share Sts’ailes culture and traditions in this beautiful location on the shores of Harrison Hot Springs.
As hosts, we are proud to endorse this event with the support of the Village of Harrison, Tourism Harrison and the many volunteers who make it possible. We are honored for this opportunity to work together as one and put forth an amazing event for you! We hope you take the time to enjoy the beauty of this territory and be a part of living history.
17 (Saturday) 9:00 am - 18 (Sunday) 3:00 pm