Native American Culture Camp • Sponsored by Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers

Pipestone • SW MN

Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers
  • Field Trip & Student Travel Destination
  • Summer Culture Camp
  • Presentations and Classes for Schools, Libraries & Youth Groups
  • Supports MN Education Standards
  • Guided Tours of Pipestone National Monument

American Indian classes: culture, drumming, dance, pipes, an annual Keepers Gathering, and more.
Keepers is non-profit Native American Indian organization.  We believe it is important to preserve each tribe’s unique art and culture for future generations.
SCHOOL & SUMMER PROGRAMS: We do presentations in schools and at events around the nation. We offer storytelling and classes about tribal history and culture to workshops on pipestone carving and beadwork. We work with all age groups and can customize a program for your school or group.
FIELD TRIPS & SUMMER CULTURE CAMP: We also run a culture camp where you can stay in a tipi, eat native foods (ex: bison) and experience first-hand the tribal culture for one or more days.
FUNDRAISING: Authentic pipestone items, dreamcatchers and more. Please call for information.
GUIDED TOURS of Pipestone National Monument – for all ages and types of tour groups

Contact Information

Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers

400 North Hiawatha Avenue
Pipestone, MN 56164

Contact: Bud & Rona Johnston