In Memorial Park on July 19 and 26, and August 2 and 9, 2019, the FPIC participated in “On s’amuse en ville” activities organized by Partenaires du secteur Aylmer. The goal of these activities was to build bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through artistic events. Warren Papatie and Mikael Wade presented the activities: performances such as dances, drum songs and several stories about Indigenous heritage. All of this helped the audience to better understand Indigenous culture. This personal approach not only created a festive atmosphere, but also engaged the audience’s cultural awareness.