Children's Camp (Ages 6-12)
June 18 – 29, 2018 | 9am – 4pm Daily
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Traditional Teachings Camp is the perfect summer activity for the budding artist, storyteller, nature lover, or adventurer in your family. Spend each morning in the Resilience Garden learning about pre-contact foods as well as modern gardening techniques. Children enjoy two, hands-on workshops each day touch on overarching themes of balance, tradition, resilience, and cultural expression. They also try their hand at gardening in our Resilience Garden, witness traditional Native dances, and learn about our famed art collection from our expert museum team. Through an exciting schedule of interactive activities, campers learn about the Three Sisters, pottery & design, storytelling & symbolism, Indigenous foods & the importance of seeds, all while making friends and having fun.
This year, we will also offer an optional family outing and invitation to attend the Ohkay Owingeh Feast Day on Sunday, June 24.
Here’s some information to review as you register your camper:
- This session is specifically for children ages 6 – 12 years old.
- Classroom 1: Children 6 – 8 years old | Classroom 2: Children 9 – 12 years old
- The camp fee is $250 and includes materials for 1 child.
- Click Here to learn more about IPCC Scholarship Opportunities and to submit an application.
Please take note of these important dates:
- Friday, June 1: Deadline for registration and scholarship applications.
- Monday, June 4: Scholarship recipients will be notified.
- Monday, June 18: First Day of Camp!