This is a FREE Aboriginal Outdoor Cultural program for young women ages 15-28. We will be instructing participants in traditional, sustainable ethnobotanical practices in plant identification, wildcraft harvesting as well as storing and preparing food and traditional medicines. At the conclusion of this 12-week journey we will host a feast on June 23rd to celebrate with our community!
Please contact us at 250-226-6702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register today, as space is limited.
***We are now funded for this program thanks to Columbia Basin Trust, ISPARC: Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council, COINS (Circle of Indigenous Nations Society), Kootenay Savings Credit Union, Valhalla Pure, Kootenay Food. Thank you to all of our sponsors!
Our 2nd annual Family Camp out!!! We had such fun last year we had to do it again!
Come out to our beautiful 7 acre facility located just minutes from the Little Slocan River and a quiet beach to kick back and enjoy the bliss of summer. Our enthusiastic and knowledgable staff will be providing activities and crafts for all ages to enjoy and a nightly campfire sets the stage for some great storytelling entertainment!
What we provide:
- morning and afternoon activity blocks for the whole family; these include games, crafts and mini adventures
- nightly campfires
- camp sites
- shower facilities and out houses
- sheltered cook area with tables and chairs and camp stove and BBQ
- secure bear safe food storage
- firewood, water and propane for camp cook stove, BBQ, campfire, and showers
Interested Youth are welcome to attend our 4 night, five day “Youth Leadership Across Nations” summer camp July 21-25th where we explore the qualities of healthy leadership through a cross-cultural lens and learn hands on leadership skills within the framework of our kids camp on the last 2 days. This is a great camp to attend for youth ages 15-19 that are interested in travelling to explore other cultures or who hope to work in the field of international relations as it lays foundational skills needed for positive relationship building in indigenous communities. It is also great work experience for youth interested in child care.
Aquire skills such as;
- learning to set up campsites and build shelters
- community relationship building
- leading and managing group activities
- cross cultural safety training
- wilderness risk assessment
- camp crafts such as fire starting, cooking over an open fire, making birch bark containers to name just a few!
Come on out and join us for this truly awe-some experience!
Contact email@example.com or call 250-226-6702 to register.
We are so pleased to offer our first kid’s overnight summer camp!! Three full days and 2 nights of tipi or wall tent living, forest exploration, campfires, day hikes, and plenty of games, crafts and stories. Connect with nature, make new friends and live the magic that is Four Nations!
This Camp is for kids ages 7-12.
Space is limited so register soon!
Contact us at 250-226-6702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.