Roseneath Summer Camps

ROSENEATH THEATRE SUMMER CAMPS

Week 1: Tabletop Gaming: Do you love Dungeon and Dragons? How about Monopoly? Join us this week as we explore the exciting world of Tabletop Gaming. Campers will engage in adventure games, board games, role-playing games; and even have the opportunity to create their own games. Register Here 

Dates: July 2-5, 2019 (4 day camp)

Ages: 7-14

Instructor: TBA

Fee: $220 (single) $200 (siblings)

Late Pick up Available ($40 dollar for the week)

 

Week 2: The Wonderful Wizarding World of Roseneath Pt. 1: Calling all Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws, Slytherins, and Gryffindors, grab your brooms, wands, and cauldrons and join us for a magical week at Roseneath Theatre. The week will include a Sorting Hat ceremony, potions class, care of magical creatures, astronomy, herbology, a wizarding themed banquet, and a Harry Potter movie marathon. By popular demand we will also be including a Roseneath Quidditch tournament   ! It will be a creative and inspired week of fun that your kids will not want to miss! Reigster here 

Dates: July 8-12, 2019 (5 day camp)

Ages: 6-12

Instructor: Naomi Bain

Fee: $275 (single) $245 (siblings)

Late pick up available ($50 for the week)

 

 

Week 3: Dungeons and Dragons Camp: Join us for our most anticipated summer program! Dungeons and Dragons is a tabletop role playing game that challenges players to explore the depth of their imagination. We will be running both 5th edition and ‘homebrewed’ games during this week. This program is suitable for campers who have never played, and also for those who are ready to be Dungeon Masters. All skill levels are welcomed! Register Here 

Dates: July 15-19, 2019 (5 day camp)

Ages 7-14

Instructor: TBA

Fee: $275 (single) $245 (siblings)

Late pick up available ($50 for the week)

 

 

Week 4: You Betta Werk! An exploration of the Ballroom Scene!: Ballroom is at the intersection of revolution, movement, fashion and dance. It is one of the purest forms of expression. Join Twysted Miyake-Mugler founder of the Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance as he takes campers through a week long exploration of the art form known as Ballroom. Campers will learn how to vogue, walk the runway, movement and body confidence. It is an exceptional opportunity to explore creative self expression. Register here

Dates: July 22- 26, 2019 (5 day camp)

Ages 8-16

Instructor: Twysted Miyake-Mugler

Fee: $275 (single) $245 (siblings)

Late pick up available ($50 for the week)

 

 

Week 5: The Wonderful Wizarding World of Roseneath Pt 2. : Calling all Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws, Slytherins, and Gryffindors, grab your brooms, wands, and cauldrons and join us for another magical week at Roseneath Theatre. The week will include a TriWizarding tournament! A series of challenges will be issued to put your wizarding skills to the test. This will be a creative week of fun that campers will not want to miss! Register Here

Dates: July 29- August 2, 2019 (5 day camp)

Ages: 6-11

Instructor: TBA

Fee: $275 (single) $245 (siblings)

Late pick up available ($50 for the week)

 

 

 

LOCATION:
Roseneath Theatre in St. Anne’s Parish Hall, 651 Dufferin Street-just north of Dundas.

NEED MORE INFORMATION?
Naomi Bain – Family Programs Coordinator 

coordinator@roseneath.ca 
416-686-5199 ext 227

 

WHAT HAPPENS AT THIS CAMP?

Roseneath Theatre’s week-long, full day camps are led by our professional artist educators, guest artists and supported by Roseneath’s Youth Leaders and volunteers. The main focus of this camp is to cultivate a unique experience for our campers by exploring their individual areas of interest and using that knowledge to enrich their time spent at Roseneath.

The camp involves an active and engaging week of creativity for kids who have an interest in the arts or just like to have fun! . The campers will also get to participate in learning about aspects of creation and will have the opportunity to explore areas of greatest interest more fully; opening up the possibility for them to create more visual-arts-based work or just participate in some great activities should they choose to do so! There will be daily outings to local parks and splash pads for kids who like to get outside and enjoy the summer!

 

 

WHAT TO BRING?

  • bring a nut-free lunch and snacks (fridge and microwave available)
  • wear clothes and shoes they can move comfortably in (indoors, outdoors and possibly in the water)
  • sunscreen, layers, hat, water bottle, etc 
  • leave all electronics at home
  • homemade costumes