Trailblazers: Outstanding Canadian Women

June 9 to 22 • Open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 5 pm  • Trivitt Auditorium, 264 Main St., Exeter

Learn about the lives and accomplishments of forty-one women who are recognized through emblematic neck-pieces, researched and designed by Canada’s leading goldsmith and designer, Donald Stuart, along with portraits by artist Susan Benson and bilingual biographies.

Trailblazers presents the diverse accomplishments by women in business, science, Indigenous culture, visual and performing arts, literature, politics, sport, medicine, philanthropy, and invention spanning the 18th  to 21st centuries with individuals from every region across Canada.

Join our mailing list for updates and events about the women honoured in Trailblazers to show how music and musical figures play an integral role in our country’s diversity and development.

Tickets $10 • Youth under 16 FREE with Student’s Card


Susan Aglukark, ᓲᓴᓐ ᐊᒡᓘᒃᑲᖅ : 

Unsung Heroes and Big Feelings: Honouring the Indigenous North

Sunday, June 23 at 3:00 PM

Trivitt Auditorium, 264 Main St., Exeter


A celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day and a Grand Finale to the 2024 Festival! Huron Waves welcomes Susan Aglukark, an Inuk musician whose blend of Inuit folk music with country and pop has made her a major recording star in Canada.