The Native Sons And Daughters Programs® seek to strengthen the foundations for a positive lifelong relationship between parent and child.

Native Sons And Daughters Programs®

The Native Sons And Daughters Programs® seek to strengthen the foundations for a
positive lifelong relationship between parent and child.

TELLING OUR STORIES

Native Sons and Daughters are meeting regularly across the country to take on new challenges, seek adventure, serve their communities, and have loads of fun. Each month we spotlight one program and report on their recent activity.
Catalina Island Trip

Epic Weekend Adventure

Orange Spirit Nation travels to Catalina Island every year for an epic weekend adventure that makes lifelong memories.

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Back to School

Every summer, just before school starts, the Timucuan Longhouse of Jacksonville, Florida takes to the river for two days and one night on the mighty Suwannee River.

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New Program Year

The Orange Spirit Nation have kicked off the new 2016-2017 program year in style with a roller skating party and mock campout.

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KEEPING THE THEME ALIVE

National Longhouse, Ltd. developed and administers Native Sons and Daughters Programs® across the country. If you live in an area that does not already have a program, we will work with you to create a program that will benefit your entire community.

These programs emphasize the vital role that parents play in the growth and development of their children. The original program plan of sons learning directly from their father was patterned from the tradition of some North American Indian cultural groups. These programs seek to strengthen the foundations for a positive lifelong relationship between parent and child that is mutually beneficial and satisfying.

BRIEF OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS

FIND OUT MORE

Of course you’ll want to know more before jumping in head first. You can find a program near you and contact them directly through their website, or contact National Longhouse for help building a program in your area. We can alsoput you in touch with an existing group in your part of the country to get the perspective of families that are actively participating in the program.