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AlgomaTrad Family Camp 2021 was a HUGE success!

AlgomaTrad held an in-person, masked-and-distanced, tornado-defying, everything-outside Family Camp from August 9-14 for close to 100 people of all ages. Classes and electives included: fiddle, tin whistle, guitar, piano, cello, bass, banjo, Uilleann pipes, highland pipes, ukulele, singing, Ottawa Valley step dance, printmaking, natural dyes and fibre arts, community arts, pyrography (wood burning), blacksmithing, and children’s music and stories programming. Evenings were full of concerts, music sessions, no-contact dancing, and the awesome annual Staff Concert at the Centennial Grounds.

Artistic Directors Julie Schryer and Pat O’Gorman want to send our huge thank to all the pariticipants, who came to Camp from near and from afar, followed all the protocols, weathered the storm, and brought their excitement and good-humour with them.


See you next year from AUGUST 8-14th!

Image of fiddle class taking place in the dining hall
Image of adult and two children picking flowers from the dye garden
Image of three step dancers performing in the pavilion
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