Photo: Iqaluit kids drum pint-sized drums

By JANE GEORGE

Iqaluit kids try out some of the city library's 30 new, child-size drums during a special afternoon activity on March 31. The Friends of the Iqaluit Centennial Library received money from Nunavut's education department through the Iqaluit District Education Authority to help promote Inuktitut and culture in its early childhood programs. Among the other new items: locally made hand and finger puppets, drums, bone games and pieces of skins and pelts. (PHOTO BY JANE GEORGE)


Iqaluit kids try out some of the city library’s 30 new, child-size drums during a special afternoon activity on March 31. The Friends of the Iqaluit Centennial Library received money from Nunavut’s education department through the Iqaluit District Education Authority to help promote Inuktitut and culture in its early childhood programs. Among the other new items: locally made hand and finger puppets, drums, bone games and pieces of skins and pelts. (PHOTO BY JANE GEORGE)

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