So You’re Coming to an Inipi…

Will you be joining us for an upcoming Inipi (Sweat Lodge)?  Thinking about coming our for a sweat and want to know more? Here is what you need to know! Inipi is the Lakota word for Sweat Lodge.  It translates in english to “Stone People Lodge (house)”, because as the womb of our Mother Earth…

Get Ready for a Wild Read!!!

We want you all to get as excited as we are for Kat’s first book discussing the topic of reconciliation with indigenous peoples.  The book is nearing completion and is due to be released late this fall so  read below for a tantalizing little excerpt: “On the Matter of Truth and Reconciliation: Many of our…

Shooting for Spring!

It has been a winter of wonder here at Four Nations filled with the joy of a community gathering for our first annual Who-ville Solstice party where we fundraised for our “Send a Kid to Camp” fund; allowing low-income families to apply for financial assistance so more kids can join in the fun! We have…

EARTH CULTURE SUMMER CAMPS

We had an awesome summer Earth Culture Camp again this year- thank you to everyone who joined us!   Kids learned about the power of team work and the magic of words while navigating lava pits and making magic wands.  They Made friends with the earth spirits and made cobb fairy houses for them, and…

Stay tuned for Archery Tag drop in nights in Nelson!

Four Nations has recently acquired an abundance of foam tipped arrows and new bows to offer Archery Tag; a great way to get in touch with your primal self, this all ages game gets you fully engaged in the hunt!  Like paint ball but with bows and arrows!  Come learn some archery skills and get…

Ha Ha Tamulaux program RECEIVES national award

We at Four Nations are celebrating the incredible achievement of our co-founder, Kathryn McCooeye who has recently won a national award for designing the cultural aspect of the best Aboriginal Education Program in Canada! This prestigious award was presented by the Canadian Education Association (CEA) out of Toronto.   This amazing program, Ha Ha Tamulaux (“Sacred Land”…