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Come and Experience Camp CoyotePhoto

Programs for children ages 6 to 12
Limited space so call for enrollment!

Download Camp Coyote 2011 Application Form

ABOUT CAMP COYOTE
Each day campers will experience Native life ways, foods, architecture, games, toys and art of a different region. We will study different types of Native Americans from California and other parts of the United States, touching on the Southwest Plains and Eastern United States Tribes. All foods, crafts, games and activities will be related to each cultural region.

WHAT TO BRING
Summer Program: Change of clothes and creek shoes (they may be left at the museum). Each day bring a lunch, morning snack if desired and a water bottle. In the afternoon we will have a Native foods program, so a nutritious afternoon snack is provided.

Winter Program: Please make sure that your child has eaten a hearty lunch before he or she arrives and have them bring a bottle of drinking water, we will provide a nutritious afternoon snack.

Winter Workshop 2011

AGES 5-11

ABOUT CAMP COYOTE: This enriching experience will take children into the outdoors and teach them an appreciation of how Native people lived in harmony with the Mother Nature, Mother Earth and how they had immense respect for the land, the animals and each other. They will explore Native life ways through:

*Storytelling*hiking*Games*Crafts*Rope Making & Practice Hunting & other skills.

DAYS & TIMES:       FEBRUARY 22nd – 25th Monday – Friday - 12:30p.m. - 4:30p.m.

COST:              $175.00 per camper*

* Discounts given to families of 2 or more!

WHAT CAMPERS NEED TO BRINGChange of clothes and walking shoes.  Each day bring a water bottle (or 2 if you are a THIRSTY CAMPER!).

We will provide a nutritious Native American snack.   (Please eat lunch before you come!)

SIGN UP NOW!
To enroll your child, call the number below and leave your name and address or fax number and we’ll get the forms out to you as soon as possible.  Fill them out and mail or fax them back with your check, MasterCard or VISA card number.  Parents may pay half now and the remainder on the first day of the workshop.

We look forward to hearing from you and sharing this experience with your child.


CAMP COYOTE 2011
AGES 5-11
SIGN UP NOW!
To enroll your child, call the number below and leave your name and address or fax number and we’ll get the forms out to you as soon as possible.  Fill them out and mail or fax them back with your check, MasterCard or VISA card number.  Parents may pay half now and the remainder on the first day of camp.

DATES:              
Session 1   June 20st - 24th  

Session 2   July 11th – 15th
Session 3  August 8th - August 12th

DAYS & TIMES:                   Monday – Friday - 9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

COST:                 $275.00 per camper*
* Discounts given to campers who sign up for 2 weeks!

WHAT CAMPERS NEED TO BRINGChange of clothes and creek shoes (they may be left at the museum).  Each day bring a lunch, morning snack (if desired), and a water bottle.
In the afternoon we will provide a nutritious Native American snack. 

ABOUT CAMP COYOTE: This enriching experience will take children into the outdoors and teach them an appreciation of how Native people lived in harmony with the Mother Nature, Mother Earth and how they had immense respect for the land, the animals and each other. They will explore Native life ways through:

*Storytelling*hiking*Games*Crafts*Rope Making & Practice Hunting & other skills.

We will spend quality time at the creek discovering, telling stories and having fun and being CHILDREN! We look forward to hearing from you and sharing this experience with your child.

THE MARIN MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
P.O. Box 864, Novato, CA  94948
 2200 Novato Blvd. Novato, CA 94947 @ Miwok Park
Phone:  (415) 897-4064 Fax:  (415) 892-7804
Kristi Lauchstedt – Educational Coordinator/Camp Director

 


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We are grateful for the sun-

We are grateful for the water-

We are grateful for the food.

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