TRACKS 2018 Summer Camp open for registration!
July 30th to August 3rd, 9:00am to 3:00pm
Friday, August 3rd, will have a modified schedule of 9:00am-2:00pm
Cost: $50-$250 (sliding scale with full subsidy available)
Back by popular demand, TRACKS is very excited to announce the dates for one week of summer camp programming. Sign your camper up to join us for a week of fun on the Trent University campus where we will delve into the world of Indigenous science and culture with interactive workshops, outdoor games, activities with community partners and more!
Follow this link to fill out our Camper and Guardian information package and to register your camper!
Please call 705-748-1011 (ext. 6381) or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments or special requests!
CAMP PROGRAMMING is created around a Medicine Wheel framework where each direction is associated with a scientific discipline. Campers are encouraged to build relationships and make linkages between activities such as
- Traditional skills
- Teachings with Elders
- Exploring the woods
- Water analysis
- Visiting with turtles
- Sacred medicines
- and so much more as our days are packed with guest visits and field trips!
We strive to create an environment of respect and inclusion, where everyone’s perspective is equally valued and we practice deep engagement with Indigenous ways of knowing. While our focus is on creating opportunities for Indigenous youth, we welcome anyone to join our summer programming!
Accessibility is important to us! We welcome all campers to join in the fun. If you have a child with a disability who would like to come to camp, please contact us: we want them to participate and funding may be available for extra support.
Want to know what parents are saying about TRACKS summer camp? Check out our testimonials!