Welcome

Three Fires Longhouse is about helping Dads set aside quality time to spend with their kids. Our scheduled events and activities make it easy for you to focus on the important things – just show up and have fun. Your family will be creating lifelong memories together with other dads and kids from your neighborhood and school.

The 2017-2018 season is just beginning!  It is a new year and a new set of activities to enjoy.  As always, we’ll start the year of with The Night of the Painted Trees.  This even is open to all current and former members, as well as anyone interested in the program.  As the season rolls out and new circles form, there will be many more activities.  The fall lineup includes:

Our events page is here with a full list of activities, and always be sure to check council or tribe emails for any late changes.

Make sure to Contact Us if you have any questions!

Who Are We?

The Tribes in the Three Fires Longhouse are groups of Fathers setting aside time to spend with their Sons and Daughters. Activities include monthly group meetings with other neighborhood members, local Federation events, and three annual weekend camping trips hosted at YMCA camps. Every event is optional, every tribe sets its own meeting schedule. Commit as much or as little time as you can spare. Get to know your neighbors. Stay involved in your kids lives.

Upcoming Events

 

How Can I Join The Three Fires Longhouse?

Any parent with a 5-12 year old son or daughter is eligible to join. For information on the program, contact us and we’ll help you find a tribe near you.

To join our “Recruiting” email list and start receiving event reminders and other Longhouse emails, please send an email to federation-recruiting+subscribe@googlegroups.com or enter your email into the form below.

 

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This is the site for the The Three Fires Local Longhouse based in Troy, Birmingham and surrounding Michigan cities.
For more information on the Native Sons and Daughters Programs®, visit the National Longhouse at http://www.nationallonghouse.org/.