Six Nations’ favourite Red Barn kids program holds open house

The Six Nations Red Barn craft camp saw campers making everything from moccasins to quilts. (Photo by Jim C Powless)

By Justin Lethbridge Writer After two weeks of crafting, Six Nations students were able to show off their crafts to friends and family at “The Red Barn” Open House. Held at the Sour Springs Longhouse, “The Red Barn” is a two week long craft camp that has run for the 52 years since 1967. Chair of the Red Barn Rachel Martin told the Turtle Island News that they had 130 students participate this year. “Kids were able to do a variety of crafts including making moccasins and making dream catchers. Not only was it a successful camp by our standards but we had the Six Nations Public Library partner with us which was great. They brought books so that when the kids we’re done a craft they could take a…

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