Winter Camp 2016

We are so excited to be hosting winter camp, from January 30-31 at Evans Lake! We hope to see many familiar faces and welcome new folks over the weekend. This year’s program is based on the fantastic camp that Moomba’s former Executive Director, Mairin Pybus-Keane, and Manuelle (Manny) Chanoine, put together in 2015.

We’ll be spending the weekend at Evans Lake Camp in Squamish, BC. During the weekend, we are planning to pack in as much fun as possible!! Games, low ropes, art, archery, and campfire are all on offer. We also have a time when campers will get to choose their own activities. Some camp activities will be taking place outdoors, and snow or no snow, please be prepared for a winter camp setting. We will not be skiing this year.

We will be leaving from two convenient locations in the Lower Mainland (Surrey Central Skytrain Station and the Robert Lee YMCA in downtown Vancouver) on January 30th, 2016 between 9am and 10am. Campers will be returning to these same locations between 3:30pm and 4:30pm on January 31st, 2016. 

Questions about the upcoming program? Contact us at moomba@youthco.org, or call 604-684-1701.

To contact a camper during camp, please call 604-684-1701.

WHEN
January 30, 2016 at 9am - January 31, 2016
WHERE
Evans Lake Camp
CONTACT
Sarah Chown · · 604-688-1441

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