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Not a member yet?

From camping to dances to charity events, the Orange Blossom Native Nation (OBNN) has a long tradition creating memorable activities for local dads and daughters in Kindergarten through fourth grade. You will often hear our program referred to as Indian Princesses, since that was the name we used for many decades.

Our Nation is composed of five different local Tribes all over south Irvine in Orange County, California. Members are residents of the Irvine, Newport Beach, and Costa Mesa communities.

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Our program provides terrific opportunities for dads to connect with their daughters in environments and through activities that many young ladies would not normally experience, such as camping, canoeing, archery, riflery, rock climbing, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, skiing, and just about anything outdoors.

OBNN is always looking for new dads and daughters to join our program.

Existing Members

The various Tribes meet independently on a monthly basis to allow our dads and daughters to establish friendships, play games, build crafts, and just share time together.

About onceĀ a month during the school season, the entire Nation of Tribes unites for a fun-filled event. Some favorites are tent camping on the beach, cabin bunks in the local mountains, or dancing at a formal brunch at the Surf & SandĀ Hotel. No matter what the event, our dads and daughters are sure to build a life-long bond as they create memories together.

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Our program provides terrific opportunities for dads to connect with their daughters in environments and through activities that many young ladies would not normally experience.