Last year the children and adults were able to make regalia, necklaces, bracelets, key chains, dream catchers, drums, paddles, participate in dancing, singing of native songs, the language and stories from elders, and participated or cheered for contestants in the many games and races.
The Camp helps to instill pride and also contributes to the experience everyone will get from regalia making to putting up subsistence foods. Everyone is invited to participate in the camp and/or help by teaching a class or if you are interested in a booth to sell your native art or food contact the group.
If you can donate monetarily or donate food that is needed. For more information, call 285-3665 or 285-3660.