Each week weaves songs, stories, games, earth skills and arts in a community village where kids are immersed in "the elements" of nature and cultural mentorship, using traditions and approaches learned from the 8 Shields Institute, the Art of Mentoring Program, and Coyote Mentoring.
Kids enjoy our natural playground nestled among white pines, primitive shelters and forts, some designated for play while others are studios for painting, jewelry making, woodcarving, pottery making, bushcraft & wildcrafting.
Kids explore the "studios" and the forest, hills, creek and fields with skilled mentors, who offer tailored activities based on the children's passions and interests!
Past camp activities:
+ camp set up, making benches, stools, spruce bough beds, debris shelters
+bows & arrows
+land art trail
+wild foods & medicine
+coal-burnt wooden spoons
+keeping nature journals
To register, please fill out our online registration form and send a deposit of $ 344.93 per child (per week) to hold your child's spot.
Payment accepted by cheque to 507 ch Shouldice, Wakefield, Qc J0X 3G0 or etransfer to email@example.com.
july 13-17, July 20-24 & august 10-14 & 17-21
Unfortunately, due to COVID19, we have cancelled transportation.
After much deliberation, we decided that it will be impossible to offer camps for OTTERS (ages 4-6) while following social distancing requirements. Exceptions may be possible, so please inquire.
Do you know we offer transportation?
We have 10 seats available in a 12 passenger van. The pick up and drop off location is the Old Chelsea Picnic area parking lot off Kingsmere Rd, near Ch Old Chelsea.
Morning pick up is between 8:00-8:30am
Afternoon drop off is between 4:30-5pm
The cost is $60 for the week
All staff have valid criminal record checks. Lead staff have First Aid & CPR Level C. Mentor to child ratio is 1:5 for Otters and 1:6 for Foxes and Coyotes.
TIME: 8:45-4pm (before and aftercare is available by request)
LOCATION: 507 ch Shouldice, Wakefield, QC
COST: $344.93 (including tax)
AGES: 7-9 foxes & 10-12 coyotes
Kids bring their lunch, two snacks, a water bottle with their name on it, and a bathing suit and towel for creek dips!