Custom Earrings

Our goal is to offer interesting items that reflect the character of Canada native,open spaces and traditional cultures, all Earrings are Custom made and we can make your requirements.

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Orders

For any orders email or call us while our online store is being built. 519-216-8174

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Dream Catchers

The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through.
We have pre-made and we do custom orders what ever color or design you want

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Global Native Arts has been a fixture in downtown sudbury for a few years and for the last 3 years it is in situated in Orangeville Ontario. Visitors from the Barrie area as well as Toronto areas have relied on us for the best selection of native Indian art and crafts, especially dream catures, native made leather moccasins, hand-crafted pottery and jewellery, clothing, leather goods, carvings and more. Now in our second generation of service, we are in the process to offer our unique selection of goods world-wide. An excellent selection of Indian Native leather moccasins, stay tuned for updates and our lunch date.

Indian leather moccasins, porcupine quill baskets, native art, headdresses, dream catchers, medicine wheels, dance fans, native leather & fur clothing, Iroquois masks, peace pipes, shakers, native art & crafts and more!

What customers are saying

Brenda Winter – Orangeville, ON

I had the pleasure of getting to know Gill personally when I stopped in there one day dropping of some Community Korners In-Vibe books. He was so genuine, so warm with such passion for what he creates. I keep wanting to stop in and say HI - I miss the vibe! See you soon Gill!

Nomination for the 2014 Business Excellence Awards

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Check Out Gerry on June 16th Local Grand Valley boy coming back first tI'm to Alder Arena. Limited Seatings. Get your tickets on line through Dufferin SNAP or D&D Pools on First St. ...

Aboriginal Day Fundraiser

June 16, 2017, 4:00pm - June 16, 2017, 10:00pm

ABORIGINAL DAY GALA dinner/concert $85, Friday June 16, 2017, 4 pm - 11 pm. Our Aboriginal Day Fundraising Gala Friday June 16 helps us raise money for needed programs. Check out our lineup: Gerry “Big Bear” Barrett who is the Ultimate Aboriginal Entertainer! Gerry, an Ojibway from the Saugeen First Nation in Ontario, is a stand-up comedian, broadcaster, and actor. The Big Bear is known for his biting political satire, pop culture references, skits and live music. His Elvis skit is especially in large demand. Gerry grew up in Grand Valley, he currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Susan Aglukark Singer/Songwriter performing Friday Gala only! She is one of Canada's most unique artist, and a leading voice in Canadian music. She blends the Inuktitut and English languages with contemporary pop music arrangements to tell the stories of her people, the Inuit of Arctic Canada. The emotional depth and honesty of her lyrics; her pure, clear voice and themes of hope, spirit, and encouragement have captivated and inspired listeners from all walks of life. Susan has held command performances for HRH Queen Elizabeth (twice), as well as several other dignitaries. Susan's albums Arctic Rose, This Child, Unsung Heroes, and her most recent release Big Feeling. Toronto Council Fire’s All Nations Juniors will be providing their traditional songs to entertain the audience between sets. Lowell Souce a former member of the George Rose band for 30 years, brings soothing sounds of jazz, classical and other genres during the social gathering and Gala dinner. Back by popular demand NishDish will be catering at the Friday Gala. Traditional Chef, Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, has been providing delectable First Nations cuisine to the Native community and allies since May 2005. Raised in the backwoods north of North Bay, Ontario, Chef Ringuette’s knowledge of Native food was provided by the culinary wisdom of his mother and inspired by his father, a hunter and fisher. While yearning for the Indigenous foods from his childhood such as wild game, freshwater fish, berries, and maple syrup, Johl received ceremonial instructions by his longtime medicine teacher to establish an Anishnawbe catering business in Toronto. Find a DCCRC board member or email [email protected]

Aboriginal Day In Orangeville shared Dufferin County Cultural Resource Circle's event. ...

Aboriginal Day Fundraiser

June 16, 2017, 4:00pm - June 16, 2017, 10:00pm

ABORIGINAL DAY GALA dinner/concert $85, Friday June 16, 2017, 4 pm - 11 pm. Our Aboriginal Day Fundraising Gala Friday June 16 helps us raise money for needed programs. Check out our lineup: Gerry “Big Bear” Barrett who is the Ultimate Aboriginal Entertainer! Gerry, an Ojibway from the Saugeen First Nation in Ontario, is a stand-up comedian, broadcaster, and actor. The Big Bear is known for his biting political satire, pop culture references, skits and live music. His Elvis skit is especially in large demand. Gerry grew up in Grand Valley, he currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Susan Aglukark Singer/Songwriter performing Friday Gala only! She is one of Canada's most unique artist, and a leading voice in Canadian music. She blends the Inuktitut and English languages with contemporary pop music arrangements to tell the stories of her people, the Inuit of Arctic Canada. The emotional depth and honesty of her lyrics; her pure, clear voice and themes of hope, spirit, and encouragement have captivated and inspired listeners from all walks of life. Susan has held command performances for HRH Queen Elizabeth (twice), as well as several other dignitaries. Susan's albums Arctic Rose, This Child, Unsung Heroes, and her most recent release Big Feeling. Toronto Council Fire’s All Nations Juniors will be providing their traditional songs to entertain the audience between sets. Lowell Souce a former member of the George Rose band for 30 years, brings soothing sounds of jazz, classical and other genres during the social gathering and Gala dinner. Back by popular demand NishDish will be catering at the Friday Gala. Traditional Chef, Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, has been providing delectable First Nations cuisine to the Native community and allies since May 2005. Raised in the backwoods north of North Bay, Ontario, Chef Ringuette’s knowledge of Native food was provided by the culinary wisdom of his mother and inspired by his father, a hunter and fisher. While yearning for the Indigenous foods from his childhood such as wild game, freshwater fish, berries, and maple syrup, Johl received ceremonial instructions by his longtime medicine teacher to establish an Anishnawbe catering business in Toronto. Find a DCCRC board member or email [email protected]