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July 14 to July 18
July 29 to August 1
August 11 to August 15
DAYS & TIMES:
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$275.00 per camper (includes Camp Coyote T-shirt and, crafting materials and snacks)
Scholarships available for Native American children
Discounts given to campers who sign up for 2 weeks
Located on the ancient village site of the Coast Miwok, our day camps provide children the opportunity to develop meaningful experiences with Mother Earth while building self-esteem and respect for all our relations. We’ll explore Native American cultural arts and life ways through guided nature walks, making crafts and playing Native American Indian games and target practice using hoop and spears, archery or lacrosse. We conclude the week with an interactive story “How Rabbit Stole Fire” on Thursday and a pot-luck using Native American Indian foods on Friday.
Camp director, artist and teacher, Alicia
M. Retes, part Mayo, Yaqui and Cherokee welcomes other Native American
Indian guest teachers to share their heritage with the children.
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Contact us by any of the following: Phone 415-897-4064 Fax 415- 892-7804
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Museum of the American Indian-Camp Coyote
We are grateful for the earth-
We are grateful for the sun-
We are grateful for the water-
We are grateful for the food.
Native American blessing