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Upper Arlington Indian Princesses
Established in 1960

Become Part of the Tradition
Founded by the YMCA in 1926

Olentangy Longhouse Update

Friends of the Olentangy Longhouse - due to restrictions currently in place around large gatherings and considering the safety of our princesses and families, formal Longhouse activities are suspended until the State of Ohio restrictions are lifted/revised.  Thank you for your understanding and we will publish updates as decisions are able to be made.  Meanwhile, please enjoy the special time at home with your loved ones.

Six Aims of the Indian Princess

1) To be clean in body and pure in heart 
2) To be Friends Forever with my Dad/Daughter 
3) To love the sacred circle of my family 
4) To be attentive while others speak 
5) To love my neighbor as myself 
6) To seek and preserve the beauty of Nature's work in forest, field, and stream

Spring "Backyard" Campout 

Camp Upper Arlington

May 15-17, 2020

Unfortunately the Spring Season has thrown use curve ball forcing us to cancel our traditional campout event at Oty'Okwa.  But let's make the most of it and spend some quality time with our daughters enjoying a campout in our back yards, basements or living rooms!
The unique T-shirts for this event will commemorate these strange times and all proceeds from the shirts will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House at Nationwide Children's Hospital


The Indian Princesses has a long history of bringing fathers and daughters together for life enriching experiences.  This history dates back to 1926.  The Olentangy Longhouse dates back to 1960.  We are the oldest and largest group in Upper Arlington. 

"Friends Always" 

Indian Princesses are Grades Kindergarten through 4th Grade

Trail Mates are 5th through 8th Grade

New members and renewals use this link:

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For more information contact: 
Big Chief Wandering Bear –Kane Kaiser