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Outreach education programs

Sage and Sunshine offers outreach programming to schools, daycares, and community events. 

Outreach topics include:

  • 7 Grandfather teachings in the classroom

  •  Smudging guidance for children/youth/educators/families

  • Medicine wheel for children 

  • Indigenous storytime

  • Basic Seasonal Teachings - Maple, Spring,  Water, Summer, fall, winter, 


children's cultural Workshops




Indigenous Community Building for families 

Park Meet up 


Extended Day Program

Our extended day program  8:00 am -4:00 pm

Before school Program $15

After School Program $15

Before and After $25



Ages 4-11

Cost $250/week or $50/day

(30% Discount for Indigenous Campers) 

Monday to Friday 


Summer Camp Dates:

July 10-15 2023 - Berries -Age 4-7 

July 17 - 21 2023 - Berries - Ages 8-11

Aug 7-11 2023 - Wild Rice - Ages 4-7

Aug 14-18 2023 - Wild Rice Ages 8-11

8:00 am - 4:00 pm Daily

*Siblings between age 4-11 are welcome to attend with their older/younger siblings.

P.A. Day Camps Dates:

June 9, 2023


All students practice Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe language) daily. During our opening circle, we smudge and read an Anishinaabemowin Thanksgiving Address, introduce ourselves, and identify/share our feelings, and gratitude. We go through our calendar, and weather vocabulary. We practice counting and the Anishinaabemowin sound chart. We practice our 'words of the week' which are relevant to children's interests, time of year or what we are currently learning about. We have many books in the language and some audio to hear pronunciation

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Indigenous Culture


Students start each day with a Smudging Ceremony, Thanksgiving Address, Land Acknowledgement and Anishinaabemowin Introductions. Students are encouraged to use the 7 grandfather teachings to make choices and are recognized when they do. Students learn medicine wheel teachings, drumming, dancing, and singing. Students have access to other cultural resources such as books, music, games etc.

Knowledge holders

We welcome Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Carriers into our program to enhance our learning and form deeper connections in our learning 


Health & Safety

Covid-19 has put many struggles before our community, therefore now more than ever we are aware of concerns that parents may have and are dedicated to providing the safest possible program through excellent health and safety policies and procedures and limited exposure by providing low numbers and children from the same families.  

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