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06 Aug
August 6, 2018 9:00 am - August 10, 2018 12:00 pm Saratoga Independent School, 459 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map $160 – $235
Adirondack Life (ages 3-9) August 6-10 | 9 am to 12 pm It can be easy to take for granted the beauty of the world around us. The children this week will learn about the animals, plants and natural wonders that make the Adirondacks such a spectacular place to live and explore. Animal tracking, hiking, and survival skills will also play an important role in building a relationship with the natural world. *For those families looking for a full day,…
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13 Aug
August 13, 2018 8:30 am - August 17, 2018 11:30 am Malta Montessori School, 100 Saratoga Village Blvd, Malta , United States + Google Map $150 – $240
Survival Skills Session 7 (August 13 – 17), 8:30-11:30 During this camp, we’ll learn how to survive in the outdoors. We’ll learn to use a compass, follow a map, and to trust our five senses in our wooded surroundings. We will identify edible & poisonous plants animals that may pose danger when hiking in the woods, as well as look for the tracks animals leave behind. We’ll discuss and learn all about shelter-building skills and learn how primitive people survived…
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13 Aug
August 13, 2018 9:00 am - August 16, 2018 5:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $275 – $325
Nadawaha Wilderness Survival Day Camp (ages 9-14) August 13-16 (Monday – Thursday, 9-5) Standard Level:$275 Donation Level: $325 Become a Nadawaha; the Abenaki word for woodland scout. Led by author, storyteller, and wilderness survival expert James Bruchac, participants ages 9-14 will learn a host of ancient and modern survival skills. After setting up a base camp deep within the Ndakinna preserve, participants will focus on primitive shelter making, navigation, basic wild edibles, camp craft, fire by friction, and nature awareness.…
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13 Aug
August 13, 2018 9:00 am - August 15, 2018 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $200 – $250
Asban Wilderness Adventure Day Camp (ages 5.5-7) 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Session 1: July 16-18 (Mon-Wed) Session 2: July 23-25 (Mon-Wed) Session 3: August 13-15 (Mon-Wed) Session Pricing: Standard Level: $200 Donation Level: $250 Three days of outdoor fun including wilderness skills, animal tracking, Native American games, storytelling and daily visits to our adventure challenge course. Taking place at the Ndakinna Education Center with miles of nature trails, Native American wigwams, and other educational exhibits. The camp will also…
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18 Feb
February 18 9:00 am - February 20 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $200 – $275
Winter Wilderness Adventure & Storytelling Camp (ages 6-8) Children (6-8) – Standard Level: $200, Donation Level: $275 Run by Assistant Director Jesse Bruchac, this is three full days of both indoor and outdoor activities from shelter making and animal tracking to Native American games, crafts and storytelling. Dress for the outdoors and bring a bag lunch.
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18 Feb
February 18 9:00 am - February 22 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $325 – $375
Winter Wilderness Adventure Camp (ages 9-12) Youth (9-12) – Standard Level: $325, Donation Level: $375 Run by Director James Bruchac, this is four days of indoor and outdoor winter activities from snowshoeing to animal tracking, shelter building, Native American games, basic winter survival and more. Dress for outdoor adventure (bring snowshoes if you have them). Bring a bag lunch.
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18 Feb
February 18 9:00 am - February 22 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $325 – $375
Winter Wilderness Adventure Teen Camp (Ages 13-16) Standard Level $325, Donation Level $375 | 9:00 am to 4:00 pm | Five days of indoor and outdoor winter activities, that include snowshoeing, animal tracking, and shelter building, as well as Native American games, basic and advanced winter survival and more. Dress for outdoor adventures (bring snowshoes if you have them) and bring a bag lunch.
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22 Apr
April 22 9:00 am - April 24 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $200 – $275
Spring Tracking & Adventure Camp (ages 5½-7) 4/22-24 Participants join expert tracker Jim Bruchac (co-author of three Scats and Tracks books – covering the Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic) for a three day outdoor adventure to learn how to identify basic mammal tracks (fox, coyote, deer, raccoon, and more) and make plaster casts. Kids will be using the adjacent 80-acre Nature Preserve as well as our extensive animal tracks collection. Also included will be various Native American legends, awareness games and…
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22 Apr
April 22 9:00 am - April 26 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $325 – $375
Spring Tracking & Adventure Camp (ages 8-12) Participants join expert tracker Jim Bruchac (co-author of three Scats and Tracks books – covering the Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic) for an outdoor adventure to learn how to identify basic mammal tracks (fox, coyote, deer, raccoon, and more) and make plaster casts. Kids will be using the adjacent 80-acre Nature Preserve as well as our extensive animal tracks collection. Also included will be various Native American legends, awareness games and activities to further…
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22 Apr
April 22 9:00 am - April 26 4:00 pm The Ndakinna Education Center, 23 Middle Grove Road, Greenfield Center, United States + Google Map $325 – $375
Teen Spring Wilderness & Adventure Camp (ages 13-16) Participants join expert tracker Jim Bruchac (co-author of three Scats and Tracks books – covering the Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic) for an outdoor adventure to learn how to identify basic mammal tracks (fox, coyote, deer, raccoon, and more) and make plaster casts. Teens will be using the adjacent 80-acre Nature Preserve as well as our extensive animal tracks collection. Also included will be various Native American legends, awareness games and activities to…
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