For more information on general camp activities including the Challenge Course and the Iroquois Longhouse, please contact Snapper Petta at (607) 436-3455.
See the Observatory page for information on the SUNY Oneonta Department of Physics and Astronomy's public viewing schedule at the planetarium and obsercatory.
Snowshoeing weekends (Weather dependent!)
Free snowshoe rental (with college ID) available 11 AM - 4 PM
Other events at College Camp
(Spring '14 Semester)
Program Dates and Descriptions, events are from 2 - 4 PM
- March 16th: Crafting Dreamcatchers / History of dreamcatchers with Native American stories, harvesting of materials for crafting, instructions, and crafting of dreamcatchers, with hot chocolate and hot drinks.
- March 23rd: Small Trap Crafting and Natural Bead Making with Hemp Bracelets / Two stations set up, one with small trap crafting (figure 4 and Paiute deadfall), history, and ancient and modern uses. The second will be natural bead making and hemp bracelet braiding, with hot chocolate and hot drinks.
- April 13th: Bowdrilling and Firecraft / Experience the art of bowdrilling, its history, ancient and modern uses, and then learn firecraft and techniques, with hot chocolate, hot drinks and smores after.
- April 27th: Cordage Making with Tree and Plant Identification / History and uses of cordage, material harvesting, tree and plant identification, cordage crafting, hot chocolate and hot drinks after.