|2013 Pueblo House Summer Camp|
Summer vacation is just around the corner, and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is pleased to announce that it will offer two, two -week sessions of its celebrated summer day camp this year.
Pueblo House Summer camp is an immersion based experience, exploring Pueblo culture, history, art, music, agriculture and cooking. Each session will feature workshops with world renowned Pueblo jewerlers, painters, chefs and storytellers. Campers will work in our newly expanded garden and living landscape with Pueblo farmers who are continuing the millennia old Pueblo agricultural tradition, and will learn from our dedicated Pueblo camp staff about the thousand year old Pueblo culture.
The last day of each session will be dedicated to the cooking of a Pueblo feast to which all campers' families are invited. Campers will work directly with Pueblo cooks to bake traditional bread and make the celebratory closing feast
Our first session is designed for students 6-11 years old and will take place Monday - Friday, June 3-7 & 10-14, 2013 8:30a to 4pm.
Our second session is designed for students 6-11 years old and will take place Monday - Friday, June 17-21 & 24-28, 2013 8:30a to 4pm.
$250 for one session or $450 for both sessions. Registration deadline is May 17, 2013.
2013 IPCC Summer Day Camp Registration forms are available here for download or at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center: 2401 12th St. NW Albuquerque, NM 87104
Please direct questions to Kay Ortega, 505-212-7052
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