Despite being neighbours, there has been a divide between Tsuut'ina Nation and the city of Calgary for decades. In an effort to bridge that metaphorical gap, Tsuut'ina Chief Lee Crowchild decided to invite his neighbours over for dinner to share in a meal and a conversation. The dinner series, called Nihisgaka Ogha: For our Children, brought together elders, artists, politicians and community leaders with the goal of creating a better future "for our children." The entrance was complete with ceremonial smudging, and the neighbours were greeted with art, poetry and discussion about how to create a better future for the next generation. The location is already booked for next year's celebration.