Candice George
Performing Artist - Traditional Singer - Storyteller - Cultural Facilitator
Skeh Nek'huna Hohdidul'eh: 
"Teaching Children Our Ways"
Candice is the founder of Skeh Nek'huna Hohdidul'eh.  She offers interactive, cultural performances throughout the year. She also has developed and implement various cultural programs, project-based lessons (K-12); as well as, provides community cultural programs, each with a focus on language and culture revitalization. 
Candice is Dakelh from the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Her U'loo (mother) Yvonne George is Stellat'en and U'ba (father) Wilfred George is Wet'su'wet'en. She is Kilweneetz'en, her matrilineal family lineage is Dene Yaz (Little man) a sub-house crest within the Luksilyu (Caribou) clan . All of her late grand-parents inspire her to continue their legacy; to pass on the customs and values of Uda Dene (Ancestors of Long Ago).
Pronouns: She, Her and Hers
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We are currently booking 2019/2020. 
Candice is on two Artist Directories with ArtStarts in Schools; Touring Artist Directory & Artist in the Classroom Directory  
Touring Artist Booking Info: 
Hannah Jarvis ( Email:  
Artist in the Classroom (AIC) & Addittional Booking Requests: 
Contact Artist for (AIC) booking and/or other cultural program requests.
*Artist CV available upon request