The Klamath Tribes Culture Camp 2016 is in Full Swing this week!

Yesterday started a full blown week of activities… Language lessons, drumming, beading, arrowhead making, dental checks, swimming, food, fun, and much much more.  The Klamath Tribes Culture & Heritage Department is hosting over 75 youth this week and older kids will be attending next week. Culture Camp is hosted each year by the Klamath Tribes and is being held at Lake of the Woods Resort near Chiloquin, Oregon.

Below are a few photos of the kids and yesterday’s activities.  We are proud of our future generations!

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Beading-and-Loom-work-are-another-fun-and-cultural-project
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Language-Lessons-taught-by-Harold-Wright-Jr.
Arrow-head-making-is-another-activity-taught-at-Culture-Camp
Arrow-head-making-is-another-activity-taught-at-Culture-Camp
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Free-Dental-Screens-are-also-provided-by-our-Klamath-Tribal-Health-Dental-Team
Safety-is-always-a-priority-during-flint-knapping-and-all-activities-at-Culture-Camp
Safety-is-always-a-priority-during-flint-knapping-and-all-activities-at-Culture-Camp

 

For more information contact Culture & Heritage Director, Perry Chocktoot or the Department at: 541-783-2219

Photos provided by: Culture & Heritage Dept- Mandy Roberson

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Ms. Taylor R. Tupper

Klamath Tribes Public Information/News Dept.

Tribal Administration Office

501 Chiloquin Blvd, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624

email: taylor.tupper@klamathtribes.com

Phone: 541-783-2219 ext. 147