Language & Culture Youth Camp

Summer language and culture youth camp is held each June for ages 5-17. Daily lessons on the Tunica language are taught using traditional songs,

stories and activities that reinforced usage of Tunica words. Each day, students practice speaking and singing the Tunica language. Language is an integral part of all activities. Students also learn pan-tribal pow-wow songs and dances, as well as, dance regalia. With a variety of fun and educational activities, children are kept active, entertained and learning about their heritage.

For more information, contact:

John Barbry

Director of Development & Programing

Language & Culture Revitalization Program

150 Melacon Road

Marksville, LA 71351

(800) 272-9767, ext. 6412

jdbarbry@tunica.org