TRACKS Oshkwazin will be holding its second ever PA Day program on April 5th!Are you, is someone you know, an Indigenous high school student looking for something to do when school is off on April 5th?!
Join us at Trent University for a day learning from Knowledge Holders about the sacred medicines, where to find them and what they do for our health and wellbeing. At the end of the day, you will be able to take home your own handmade medicine pouch full of medicines. Be prepared for a fun, engaging day outside on the land and connecting with culture!
In an exciting change of plans, we have been invited to spend the day in Curve Lake at the Sugar Bush! We will meet at Trent University and take a bus to Curve Lake to meet knowledge holder Jack Hoggarth who will take us through all the processes involved in traditional maple syrup making, from collecting sap all the way to taste-testing. Campers will hear traditional teachings about sugar bush and will have plenty of time to play in the forest in between the hard (but rewarding!) work of making maple syrup.
TRACKS Oshkwazin Camp details:
Friday, April 5th
Trent University Campus (transportation available upon request!)Ages: 13-17, Indigenous students only
TRACKS Camp Policies
: Before you fill in the below form, please review our TRACKS Camp Policies. Find these policies (including Discipline Policy, Payment/Refund Policy & Parent/Guardian Feedback Policy) available for download here
Once we have reached capacity (10), we will be keeping a waitlist. If your plans for April 5th change at any point in the coming months, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can reach out to our waitlist. If we do not receive your registration forms within one week
of camp (or we do not receive communication about when we will receive these) then your camper's spot will be given up to someone on the waitlist.Registration:
Please note that the below form does not officially register you for the camp. We will be in touch once we receive your information to confirm availability and arrange transportation etc.
Please call 705-748-1011 (ext. 6381) or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns or special requests.