Inspiration and Lessons from SpottedHorse

In honour of Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day, SpottedHorse Fenton will be sharing lessons and inspiration weaving together his life experiences with cultural teachings from his St’at’imc and Secwepemc ancestry on Monday, June 24th. His wit, kindness and humility bring people together and create powerful messages to lift up those who are struggling. SpottedHorse motivates people to view their lives positively, take risks, and be vulnerable. 

Larry SpottedHorse Fenton is from Pavilion Indian Band in St’at’imc territory and resides in Kamloops along with his wife, Dakota Tomma, from Skwlax Indian band.  He is connected to the Kamloops Indian band from his adopted dad, John Leonard.  SpottedHorse is a positive person who works with youth, children, and people of all ages to experience Aboriginal Pride and encourages everyone to push themselves to be better versions of themselves.

Join us for one, two, three, or all four sessions on different themes as SpottedHorse shares his journey and lessons.  By offering four one-hour sessions throughout the day, we hope you will find the one that fits into your schedule and if instructors are interested, you can incorporate it into your class that day, too.

10:00 – 11:00am – Click to register for Part OneLife of SpottedHorse

12:00 – 1:00pm – Click to register for Part TwoMotivational Sharing

3:00 – 4:00pm – Click to register for Part ThreeVision & Goals

7:00 – 8:00pm – Click to register for Part FourGratitude

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