4525-47a Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z6
*Please note, this is an all day workshop. Bring your own lunch; light refreshments will be provided. **Pricing has been adjusted to account for program duration.
What is a Capote? A capote (French: [kap?t]) or capot (French: [kapo]) is a long coat with a hood. From the early days of the North American fur trade, both [First Nations] and French Canadian voyageurs made wool blankets into capotes to cope with Canada's cold winters. They served as winter outerwear for the habitants and voyageurs of New France and the Métis of the Red River Colony. The Hudson’s Bay Company also sold capotes, called blanket coats or Hudson Bay coats, made out of their "point" blankets. via Wikipedia
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NOTE: Pricing has been adjusted from our standard MAGsampler rates to account for the duration of this workshop.