We are excited to have several new class options at KLKP 2023 this summer and we are most excited about our Kids programming which we are expanding and developing from our start in 2022!

Week ONE and TWO: Camp Activities courtesy of Kenosee Boys and Girls Camp leaders in collaboration with on-site Traditional Knowledge Keeper!

This is an exciting partnership between KLKP and our host facility and its director, Michael Paul. Not only will experienced camp counsellors be working with un-chaperoned participants and lending their expertise from years of running summer programming at the Kids’ camp, but they will also be creating “Summer fun” programming for all of the children on site. The Kenosee Boys and Girls Camp runs a variety of programming for children and families all summer long, so their enthusiasm, knowledge of the environs and sparkly-spirits will mesh well with the Family Camp atmosphere at KLKP.

Week ONE and TWO Kids Camp: ART and Songwriting

Additionally, thanks to a SK Arts Board Grant, KLKP will have a traditional Knowledge Keeper onsite, guiding land-based interractions and inspiring art and music drawn from the landscape itself. We also have Ted View as Artist in residence for the children’s program, as well as songwriting with L.J. Tyson! Our children’s program has enlarged capacity, and we are so excited about the possibilities.

Week ONE and TWO: Art as a Registered Class

While we’ve had artists around campus for many years, now participants can choose to register for art instead of a musical instrument. This will be treated the same as instrument classes, with direct and progressing instruction from a dedicated instructor. Your instructor will contact you prior to camp to chat about supplies, concepts and plans, so you’re prepared prior to arrival.