We deeply appreciate your interest in Sky Story B & B, our creative work as artists/educators, and in learning about nêhiyaw worldview and Grasslands National Park. Visit our events tab, and please feel free to contact us by phone, on facebook or email for information about bookings, retreats or cultural walks.
Diana & Joseph
- April 21, 2023 – April 23, 2023
- May 12, 2023 – May 14, 2023
Sky Story Land Acknowledgement on Treaty Four Territory
tânisi! Born into treaty four territory with additional roots in treaty six on my father’s side, I feel privileged as a settler to live and work here in the grasslands as a visual artist and Yoga educator/arts manager. I am also honoured to engage each individual or group who stays at Sky Story Bed & Breakfast or Studio in a conversation about the land, our shared history with the first peoples who traversed and hunted on this land, lived and buried loved ones on this land, (the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the Métis/Michif Nation as well as Gros Ventres and others), including conversations about our interdependence with our animal/other relations. We omantêwak (guests to this territory), are only waking up to our shared responsibilities to care for this land and I look forward to a continuous learning curve and determining right actions together. Hiy hiy.
In kindness and respect,
Photo by James R. Page
A Peaceful Place to Land
Sky Story is a cozy bed & breakfast near the Grasslands National Park in the village of Val Marie. We welcome you to our home for a peaceful rest, hearty homemade breakfast, and good conversation.
Reconnect with Art & Yoga
Trained in traditional forms of Yoga, and academically as a visual artist (BFA and M.Ed in arts education), consultant and B & B owner, Diana Chabros offers studio tours, art workshops, intuitive painting retreats. and hosts a small gift nook of her own and other artists’ work. With a focus on connecting earth, mind and body, visitors, guests, and registrants never fail to leave reflective and refreshed.
Header photos by James R. Page