Summer Camp

Traditional Teachings Summer Camp at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Traditional Teachings Camp is the perfect summer activity for the budding artist, storyteller, nature lover, or adventurer in your family. Campers enjoy two hands-on workshops each day, with overarching themes of balance, tradition, resilience, and cultural expression.

See more details and registration info below.

Activities

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center summer campers get to experience the following:

Art – Campers learn about our famed art collection from our expert museum team
Interactive activities – Campers learn about the Three Sisters, pottery and design, storytelling and symbolism, Indigenous foods and the importance of seeds
Gardening – Children spend each morning immersed in the Resilience Garden learning about pre-contact foods, as well as modern gardening techniques and cultivation.

2022 Summer Camp Dates & Registration

Two available sessions:

  •  5-8 Year Olds, June 13th – 17th, 8AM – 2PM each day.
    • This camp session welcomes 20 children ages 5-8 years old to the IPCC campus for an engaging summer camp experience. Children will learn how our Pueblo ancestors adapted to the region’s high desert climate and how food cultivation relates to nutrition. Participants must submit an application and a $150.00 fee per child.
  • 9-12 Year Olds, June 20th – 24th, 8AM – 2PM each day.
    • This camp session welcomes 20 children ages 9-12 years old to the IPCC campus for an engaging summer camp experience. Children will learn how our Pueblo ancestors adapted to the region’s high desert climate and how food cultivation relates to nutrition. Participants must submit an application and a $150.00 fee per child.

Scholarships Available:  Last day to apply for scholarships is May 15th, 2022. Get Scholarship Application PDF to print and fill out here.

Last Day to Register for camp is May 29th, 2022. Though, this will sell out so register early to save your spot!