AlgomaTrad

AlgomaTrad
Camp dates
August 14-20

Richards Landing
St. Joseph Island
Ontario, Canada

2016 | 13th annual

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AlgomaTrad Camp

The Algoma Traditional Music and Dance Group is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the celebration and learning of traditional music, dance and arts that are part of our Canadian culture and heritage. AlgomaTrad operates an annual traditional music, dance, arts, and heritage craft family camp, organizes dances throughout the year, and presents concerts of some of the finest traditional and folk musicians Canada has to offer. The organization has been supported over its 13 year existence with grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Arts Council Northern Arts and Arts Education programs, the FreshStart! program from Heritage Canada, and the Artist and Community Collaboration Program of the Canada Council for the Arts.

General info about AlgomaTrad 2016

AlgomaTrad 2016 is not a residential camp. All registrants are responsible for their own accommodation. Camping is available, see below. For those not interested in camping, motel and B&B information can be found here.

tents workshopsWorkshops/classes will be held in tents on the Centennial Grounds, at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, and at the Old Town Hall. The Gathering (a community-building period of sharing music, song, and dance), lunch, supper, and evening dances will occur at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall across from the Centennial Grounds. Concerts will also occur at the Old Town Hall and at the Centennial Grounds.

Registrants are responsible for their own breakfast; however, coffee and light fare will be available at the Centennial Grounds in the morning.

  • Camping will be available at the Centennial Grounds in Richards Landing.
  • Camping registrants 17 and under must be accompanied by parent/guardian.
  • There are no water/sewage hook ups, but some electricity will be available.
  • There are washrooms on-site but no showers; showers are available at several locations in Richards Landing, a small fee may be charged for this service.

CHILDREN 0 TO 3 YEARS are welcome, but there is no programming for this age group.

The Nicholas Missere Bursary Fund: is a needs-based bursary fund. Please inquire about availability.