Kids Culture Camp was started over 19 years ago by Terry and Bev LeBlanc in Alberta, Canada.

With their blessing, in 2022 Kids Culture Camp transitioned to Treaty 4 Territory in Saskatchewan to start a new journey under the umbrella of Moccasin Lodge. Along with this new journey, came a new name change that better reflected the vision of what we are trying to build out on the land.

What is Tāpākōmitowin?

Tāpākōmitowin - Cree for Adopting as kin - is revitalizing the values and teachings of what it means to love one another, not only as a family but a community.

  • For children and youth 6-12 years of age
  • Indigenous kids and youth experience a Creator-centered, life-giving family camp environment, where they could enjoy summer activities, while learning more about their unique cultural heritage and traditions.
  • The camp fosters a community environment in which we honor Creator within an Indigenous way of life.
  • The focus is learning about themselves, their people, and their Creator.
  • Being out on the land, living in tipi’s, being part of a clan, learning traditional games and crafts.