Latvian Cultural Camp
July 29 to August 4, 2018
Registration coming soon.
Latvian Cultural Camp is a week-long sleepaway camp for children ages 6 to 14 years who don’t speak Latvian but who are interested in learning about their Latvian heritage. The goal of the camp is for the children to make new friends, enjoy the outdoor/indoor activities program, and learn some Latvian in a non-classroom setting in the Latvian community of Tērvete in the beautiful Laurentian mountains located between Montreal and Ottawa.
Location: 68 Chemin Tervette, Grenville-Sur-La-Rouge, Quebec, Canada, J0V 1B0
**Please take note English and Latvian will be spoken during this session.
Most of the activities will take place outdoors (weather permitting) and will include: supervised swimming, sports, arts & crafts, music and dance program, and preparation for end-of-camp bonfire skits. Emphasis will be placed on having the children creatively express themselves, all in a safe environment.
For more information, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration details coming soon.
Cultural Camp Workbee:
As Tervete is a non-profit organization, we have to get the camp in order and ensure the grounds are safe and ask that parents participate in one of the following workbees that take place rain or shine (lunch is provided for both dates).
- Work bee dates to be determined.
There is also the third option of helping with clean-up the day after camp ends:
- Work bee date to be determined.
If you cannot participate these dates, we ask that you make a payment of $125 that can be paid when you register online or when you send your cheque.
Arrival and Departure Info
Arrival: Camp begins on Sunday, July 29th and includes lunch. You can officially register and move your children into their appointed cabins and meet their counsellors from 9 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. Your child’s health card / health insurance should be given to the registrar at this time. If your child takes any medication, please speak with your child’s respective counsellor, the first aid counsellor, or the head counsellor.
Departure: Everyone is welcome to the end of camp bonfire at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 4th. After the bonfire, there is an official camp closing and a small celebratory gathering in the dining hall with coffee and snacks during which time children are placed in parents’ care and responsibility. Please make sure to take your child’s belongings from the cabins at this time as no children are permitted to stay in the camp overnight.
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