Faerie Love, Faerie Fun Camp
Now doesn’t this look like fun! ….. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGyxgcdPA9A
We live in a world created by love – a world of wild beauty. Together we will explore how we can take care of the earth and ourselves. Drawing on the traditions of mindfulness and social-emotional education, we will develop tools for building empathy and self-esteem as we learn to truly connect with the natural world, self, and each other. Come join us for an irresistible blend of ecology, nature study, herbology, inspired art, music, imagination, inspiration and fun, culminating in the Faerie Ball!
This popular summer program fills quickly. Register soon to reserve your spot!
To enroll contact Oona
Empowering Girls to Live from the Inside Out
A Day Camp for Girls Ages 10-14, July 16-20, 10am-4pm, $220
KIND is a life-changing experience focused on inspiring girls to build healthy relationships with others, with themselves, and with the natural world. KIND empowers girls to realize their dreams and better the world with confidence and KINDness. Innovative art, music, some herbal kitchen magic, plenty of fun, cooperative games, heartfelt sharing, and Random Acts of Kindness abound at KIND.
Through joy-filled, interactive activities, KIND gives girls a tangible set of tools that promote empathy, a positive self-image, healthy self-care, and the courage to be a force of loving change in the world. Rooted in the traditions of mindfulness and social and emotional education, KIND aims to eliminate girl-to-girl bullying and develop self-esteem.
An important part of our week will focus on cultivating meaningful community engagement and “taking it to the streets”, as we develop a creative action plan that will benefit a cause that speaks to our hearts.
To enroll contact Oona
Why Do Girls Love Faerie Camp?
Girls who have come back year after year say: “I love Faerie Camp because:”
“It’s really fun. You go to the Faerie Forest and learn about nature. And you get to be creative and make lots of stuff.” – Melody
“We get to sing songs and at the end we have the Faerie Ball.” – Nayoki
“It is natural and I believe in Faeries and it just happens that I love Faerie Camp so much!” -Jolene
Oona McOuat has been running her very popular ecological arts camps for girls for the past eleven years. She is the music teacher at the Salt Spring Centre School, and has over 25 years experience as a Celtic harpist, storyteller, singer-songwriter, performer, ecologist, and educator working with children in many creative settings. Enchanted Ecology programs encourage girls to explore their curiosity and heart’s calling in a safe, nurturing space that allows them to be who they are. over the past 12 years, Faerie Camp has become a Salt Spring tradition.