Radilih Koe/Fort Good Hope- Fort Good Hope residents were invited to the community hall from May 11 to 13 to create special crafts for Mothers’ Day, said recreation co-ordinator Freda Kelly.
Each evening was scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and was expected to include card-making, painting and making paper flowers.
“We’ll just make little stuff for the mothers,” Kelly said.
Activities were open to anyone in the community. May 14 was scheduled to feature Mothers’ Day events at the community hall, including dice games and Dene bingo, Kelly said.