Koviashuvik Local Living School
2018-19 Program Schedule


Jump Into Winter, 3-Day Homeschool or Family Immersion
(see description and photos)
Dates: December 10-12
Cost: $65 per child, one teacher comes free
If coming as a family unit, $65 per person*
Spaces still available!

New Year's in the Woods!
(see description and photos)
Dates: 10:30 am, Dec.30- Jan.1, middafternoon
Cost: $150 per person, $375 family cap*
Spaces still available!

Packbasket Weaving Weekend
(see description and photos)
Dates: 9:30am Saturday, March 16- mid afternoon Sunday, March 17
Important! Snow date will be the very next weekend, March 23-24. 
Cost: $275*, all meals and snacks provided, all organic and mostly homegrown

Koviashuvik Simple Life Apprenticeship
(see description, dates, and photos)
Dates: 5 weeks, May 6- June 7
Cost: $500

Maine Fiddlehead Festival
A celebration of local food, crafts demonstrations.
www.mainefiddleheadfestival

Wild Greens Weekend
Dates: Saturday May 11- Sunday May 12
Cost: $225, all meals and snacks provided, all organic and mostly homegrown
More details coming soon!

Open House/ Open Homestead
(see description and photos)
Date: Saturday, May 25
Time: 10:30am-3:00pm, tours at 11:00, 12:30, and 1:30   Cost: FREE

Kawanhee Summer Camp Staff Training
June
Enrollment Closed

Kroka Expeditions Camp Staff Training
June
Enrollment Closed

Farm and Wilderness Camp Staff Training
June
Enrollment Closed

Mocassin Sewing Weekend
Dates:10:00am Saturday, June 29- 3:00pm Sunday, June 30
Cost: $225, all meals and snacks provided, all organic and mostly homegrown
More details coming soon!

Camp Koviashuvik, 6 days in the woods!
Build a home of sticks and leaves, drink pure water from a spring, kindle fire
from friction, carve a bow and arrow from a sapling, bake bread from
acorns, sleep on a mountain top and find the North Star. Welcome to Camp
Koviashuvik, a six day overnight camp for "wild" kids who want to make
friends with the earth and each other.
We begin the week at Koviashuvik Base Camp living in the Earth Lodge. We
will learn to carve spoons and bows, gather food from the garden and the
wild, cook on an open fire, and walk silently through the woods. On day 4 we
will depart into the wild, wandering the nearby mountains and streams,
gathering food and making fire from friction. The last two nights will be
spent sleeping in shelters that we build, and living wild and free. We will
search for porcupines, track the beaver, and swim in hidden ponds. 
Ages: 10 - 13
Cost : $550 dollars per camper
Dates: (overnight program) Sunday July 14, 1:30 pm- Saturday July 20,
11:30am

Family Sustainability Stay:  A Custom-fit, Three Day
Educational Vacation for All Ages
(see description and photos)
Dates (choose one):
July 26-28 open
July 30-Aug.1 open
Aug. 6-8 open
Aug. 9-11 open
Aug. 13-15 open
And 4-season dates are available! Inquire for fall-through-spring options.
Time:10:00am of day one through midafternoon of day three
Cost: $895* for a single family, $695* each for two or three families attending
together. All meals and snacks are provided, all organic and mostly
homegrown!

Common Ground Fair:
acorn processing, spatula carving classes,
interactive children's table!
Dates: September 20-23
(see MOFGA website)

Processing Acorns Into Flour
(see description, photos, and an acorn nutritional analysis!)
Date: Saturday, Oct. 5, 10:00am-3:00pm
Cost: $75


*Tuitions subject to meals and lodging tax for overnight
programs.
Please see here for explanation and more information.