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Summer Programming @ Camp Naivelt

Every year our programming committee and cultural director work to develop and deliver a rich summer schedule of activities for the community. Traditionally most programming takes place on weekends, with some week long offerings, various pop ups, and Sunday bagel brunches with guest speakers on a variety of topics of interest to the community. In addition, Naivelters are fortunate to have weekly aquafit class in the Eldorado Park pool.

Please click here for the live 2024 Programming Calendar.

Click here for programming descriptions that will update throughout the summer

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Adopt a Shule family (July 19-21)

Are you willing to share your Naivelt with a family from Shule? We are hoping to pair you up with a Shule family who may come for a day, or stay at Naivelt for the weekend, play games, hear stories, swim, walk the river, do a scavenger hunt, play the hill game and of course join Ruth at one of our infamous bagel brunches. We are encouraging Shule families to join us this weekend too! If you want to stay the weekend we will help you figure that out. 

Shule families and Naivelt members should contact ilana.gutman3@gmail.com

 

Indigenous Solidarity Weekend (July 26-28)

Details TBA

 

Naivelt Stories: (ongoing throughout the summer)

Various activities aimed at gathering stories, enjoying happy hours  and creating art related to the stories that will be used at Naivelt’s 100th anniversary events next year. 

 

For more information contact:  david@davidwall.ca, ruthhowa@gmail.com

 

Sikuris St. Lawrence music performance (August 10)

Sikuris St. Lawrence is a Toronto  based collective group of Latin American musicians who brings much more than a note of authenticity to the rich music of South America. Their virtuosity on a wide variety of instruments, their mastery of lively rhythms and their joy making traditional and original music will be on display in each song. The band invites you to a musical journey through the sounds, rhythms and music from South America, focusing on the rich music from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Venezuela, performing traditional and original compositions utilizing pre-columbian and modern day instruments. Maybe a dance party to follow. 

Jewish Magic and Fantasy (August 16-18)

Dybbuks, Golems and Liliths will be joining us at Naivelt for this weekend of jewish magic and fantasy. Jewish-themed role-playing games, magical crafting, jewish herbalism with Tracey Tief, live music, film and lots of play: it’s going to be a LARPing good time!

 We are encouraging Shule families to join us this weekend too! If you want to stay the weekend we will help you figure that out. 

For information please contact: lainieb@gmail.com

Shule families can contact ilana.gutman3@gmail.com

 

Creative week and peace tea (July 29-August 4)

Creative week will have a plethora of activities to participate in to get your creative juices flowing and will culminate  with performances, art display and peace tea. We will be working with Naivelt stories, in addition to learning how to make films on our phones, mosaic tiling, resin, music performances, storytelling and maybe even a play. 

We are encouraging Shule families to join us this week and weekend too! If you want to stay we will help you figure that out. 

 

For Creative week schedule click here

Shule families and Naivelt members should contact ilana.gutman3@gmail.com

 

Dance Workshops with Jeffrey Baker( August 10-August 11)

Please contact jeffrey.baker45@yahoo.ca . Registration required. 

 

Nosh Week at Naivelt (August 19th - 25th)

Why don't you come up to Brampton and eppes essen - eat something! Join food historian Kat Romanow of Montreal's Wandering Chew and your friends from Camp Naivelt in the kitchen for a week of delicious, delectable and delightful food explorations. With hands-on workshops, lectures, films, and communal meals a'plenty, we will venture beyond the bagel and build community how we do it best...  with a little nosh and a final banquet.

 

About Kat Romanow:

Kat is a Jewish food historian, a recipe developer and food photographer in Montreal. Her background includes an MA in Judaic studies and food studies, a position as the Director of Food programming at the Museum of Jewish Montreal where she created the walking tour Beyond the Bagel, and founded Fletchers Espace Culinaire, a restaurant serving modern Jewish food. She is passionate about using food as a medium to teach people about Jewish culture and history, and hopes to create a more inclusive Jewish community through her work.

 

For questions and to join the food fun email noshweek@gmail.com

For information about cottage rental see www.winchevskycentre.org/cottage-rental and fill out the rental form.

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Tie dyes drying in the shade in 2020

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Community Members admiring the Naivelt community quilt

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Detail Naivelt Community Quilt, a project spearheaded by community member Ruth Howard

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