Kwai Kwai All,
Children need quality experiences to teach them that healthy
choices and traditional ways can be fun. Parents need to know
their children will be safe, active and fed well while they
This FREE day camp for kids, held in Thetford VT will include a variety of options such as drum making, pottery, Abenaki language thru songs and stories, growing and finding native foods, fishing, survival skills and the environment. Activities will be designed for kids ages 4 - teens with groups divided by age and interest.
The leaders of the camp will include experienced teachers and tribal members and elders.
The multi-generational groups overall focus will be on improving choice making skills through community involvement, understanding of nature and enjoyment of healthy activities.
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KWAI Camp 2015 A Big Success
Our KWAI Camp 2015 at Thetford, Vermont was another big success. Over 30 children attended from tribal ranks and community around the area. The volunteers who helped throughout the week was congratulated and they are; Melanie French, camp manager, Chief Nathan Pero, Chief Paul Bunnell, Pat Leno, Kathleen and Rod Blake, Tim Conn, Hannah Bunnell, Katelyn Scovel, Art Hanchett, Diana Tierney and Lianne, and several camp attendees who helped out as leaders and who plan to volunteer next year. We also had a very surprising and inspiring visitor, Hannibal (Wezogenaid) Woodward who helped out with our Abenaki language while displaying his traditional regalia. The children loved his captivating way of teaching.
Our programs for the week were: Drum making, constructing a traditional village, beading, making leather items, painting spirit rocks, designing T-shirts, making clay items and cooking them on open fire, storytelling, nature walks, playing traditional games, teaching respect, honor, patience and getting along with others
|Hannibal & the Abenaki language||Chief Paul helping attendee||Bead Table|
See you all next year...!