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Bringing Back The Bow is a group of unpaid volunteers who provide positive role models while working one on one with Native American children for a week long camp of traditional bow and arrow making and learning horseback archery. The bow camp brings together Native American elders and Native American youth promoting traditional values of respect, honesty and courage. Through these teachings they will gain a better understanding of their culture and language allowing them to reach their highest potential and change their lives.

Bow Camp Information:  

  • Grand Ronde, Tuesday June 4th, Wednesday June 5th Thursday June 6th.
  • Pine Ridge (Kyle South Dakota Oglala Lakota College held June 12th Wednesday, June 13th Thursday June 14th Friday.
  • Eagle Butte (Cheyenne River Reservation)  June 9th Sunday, June 10th Monday, June 11th Tuesday