Kids Culture Camp, established by Terry & Bev LeBlanc, is undertaken in a partnership between iEmergence and InterVarsity’s Wolf Creek Ranch, Saskatchewan. The focus is on kids learning about themselves, their people, and their Creator. This is an amazing opportunity to interact and engage with Indigenous kids between the ages of 6-12, tipi and clan leaders, other volunteers, and elders. The camp fosters a community environment in which we honour an Indigenous way of life.
This will be the first iE Kids Culture Camp in Saskatchewan.
It will take place on Treaty 4 Territory, the traditional lands of the Michif Piyii (Métis), Očhéthi Sakówin (Dakota) and the Niitsítpiis-stahkoii (Original People’s Land) of the Niitsítapi (Blackfoot) who are the original caretakers of this land.
We acknowledge the ancestors beneath our feet, an infinity of footsteps of those who long called this land home, the unfolding of bundles, the undoing of colonization and the opening of this land to allow treaty to come alive. We thank them for allowing us to meet and learn together on their land.
This year's theme is:
the mahihkan (wolf)
We are looking forward to seeing you this July.