We are a group of parents from Avon, Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, Sheffield, Sheffield Lake, Westlake, and Bay Village that get together with our children to enjoy fun and rewarding adventures as individual families, and as one big family.
We plan and then participate in fun events with our kids including cabin camping, sleepovers at places like the Lake Erie Crushers stadium, Buffalo Navy Shipyard, Cleveland Science Museum and the zoo, as well as many other single day activities, including Sky Zone, Cosmic Bowling, skating, rock climbing, zip lining, archery, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing and of course, our annual Pinewood Derby.
Want to SEE more of what we do at our fun events? Check out this video!
We invite you to join us! This is the easiest and most affordable way to have truly unique experiences with your kids, create incredible family memories, and deepen and strengthen your family relationships.
Interested in joining Two Feathers? Contact us anytime and we’ll tell you how!
Also: Print this flyer-> 2FL half page Flyer, 2016 , color the bottom, and bring it to our Recruiting Rally & Cookout to win a prize!
History of Native Sons & Daughters
The national Native Sons and Daughters Program is a decendent program of the original Native American Indian theme parent-child program, known as Indian Guides and Indian Princesses, founded in 1926. This original program was borne of an idea of Harold Keltner, then a St.Louis YMCA Director, and Keltner’s guide and friend, Joe Friday, an Ojibway Indian.
The Native Sons and Daughters Program, independently founded in 2002, continues the tradition that began so many years ago. The Keltner and Friday families officially support the Native Sons and Daughters Program.
This nationally acclaimed program is unique– because, unlike most youth programs, parents participate WITH their children in every activity!
The Native Sons and Daughters Program focuses on building and expanding the one-on-one parent/child relationship. Many activities are tailored to children in grades K through 6 and are centered around a Native American theme. There are also activities tailored to older children, as they graduate into the Pathfinders program at grade 4.
“Building Memories to Last Two Lifetimes, Yours and Your Child’s”
Click HERE to access the national program website.