Children’s Activities 2018

We’re pleased to announce this year’s children’s activities.  The schedule is being worked on and we will update the website when that is available.

As always, we are looking for volunteers to assist with supervising and facilitating these activities.  Please consider joining the Youth Committee’s Facebook group, ECT Kid’s Parent Volunteers to get involved.  You may also reach out to Caryn MacLuan at carynml@gmail.com or by messaging her on Facebook.

 

Leather Working with Rune Stamps (facilitated by Amanda Leigh-Hawkins)
We can practice stamping runes into leather. Then make a wrist band with your choice of runes on it. For an additional fee for supplies, older participants might be able to make an arm bracer or belt.
*Activity is for children over the age of 6.

 

Movie Night: “Willow” (facilitated by Trisha Basford)
Willow, a small farmer/apprentice magician, meets Madmartigan, a great swordsman, and together they journey through a war-torn land of magic and monsters, to save a baby princess from death at the hands of an evil queen.

The movie is rated PG.  For those who aren’t familiar with the movie, check out the details in the parent’s guide to determine if this movie would be appropriate for your child: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096446/parentalguide.

 

Create Your Own Shield (facilitated by Caryn MacLuan)
Hands on activity to paint one’s own shield. Circles of plywood, paints, pencils, and other article of design will be provided.  Once dry, there will be handles which can be screwed onto the back.  Budding Vikings can take their shields home to practice with.
*Children under 6 need a parent to help.

 

Children’s Sumbel (facilitated by Erika Palmer)
Sumbel is our most sacred ritual! Kids and teens are encouraged to come hail the gods, hail the ancestors, and brag about their accomplishments in the past year. We would love for the teens/young adults to join us as well!

 

Children’s Archery (facilitated by Jack Falls & Mike Stahl)
This will be after the adult archery completion.  Parents are *highly* encouraged to help supervise this event.

 

Water Weapons (facilitated by Greg Fink & AnneMarie Elaina Dralus)
Self-play with buckets of water and water weapons. Children, youth, and parents are asked to help make sure the weapons get back to the flag pole before each meal.

 

Bingo Marker Painting for the Littles (facilitated by Greg Fink & AnneMarie Elaina Dralus)
AnneMarie will have images for the littlest ones to paint with bingo markers. Supplies can be picked up at the honey stand.
*Parental supervision is required.

 

Children’s Activity Table (facilitated by Caryn MacLuan)
Self-play activities such as blocks and coloring. Parents are asked to please keep an eye on this and help keep the toys and coloring materials in one place.