Spring Camps (Online)

Our camps provide active and engaging programs of creativity, imagination and self-expression.  Campers are encouraged to explore the depths of their imagination while participating in a wide variety of activities. 

#RoseneathAtHome

Our camps are all online! Of course we wish we were able to offer in person camps at this time, but our counsellors are streaming our activities and programs live to kids over Callbridge or Google. New camps are announced monthly so check back for updates!

We will announce in-person camps only if we feel it is safe for in-person gatherings, and not a moment sooner.

Subsidies are available for families in financial need! Simply email coordinator@roseneath.ca for a request!

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Camp Program
Ages
Dates
Time
Sign Up Form
Weekend D&D June
8-16
June 5, 12, 19 or June 6, 13, 20
Sat 11-2 or 3-6. Sun 12-3
Sign Up Here
Weekend D&D May
8-16
May 1, 8, 15 or May 2, 9, 16
Sat 11-2 or 3-6. Sun 12-3
Sign Up Here
Deaf Eyes in ASL Improv
13-18
May 1, 8, 15, 22
12PM-2PM
Sign Up Here
Long Campaign Sessions
8-16
Tuesdays (full), Wednesdays OR Thursdays starting May 4 until Sept 2 2021
4PM-7Pm
Sign Up Here

April Break

Ages:

8-16

Instructor

Bret Rikheim and Adam Bailey

Single Camper Fee
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$90 per program

Spring is in the air! We are offering two amazing programs during the April Break week. 


Theatre & Improv - Want to try improv, play some theatre games, pracitice writing a sea shanty? Join Adam for the perfect camp for theatre kids to engage in their favourite improv games with writing excersizes, performance and fun!


Dungeons & Dragons - Perfect for trying out D&D, come play 3 days in a row of our incredibly popular D&D table with our master dungeon master Bret! All skill levels welcome!

Learning Paths 

Character Creation, Narrative, Imagination, Improvisation, Magic, Public Speaking, Math, Problem Solving, Teamwork, Theatre, Drama

Deaf Eyes in ASL Improv

Ages:

13-18

Instructor

Natasha "Courage" Bacchus and Ebony R. Gooden

Single Camper Fee
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$95

Deaf Eyes in ASL Improv Workshops are for d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing Black youth aged 13-18. This 4 week workshop will take actors through theory, improv games and skits, and generally provide a place for d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing actors to practice their craft with experienced actors as their guides. Courage and Ebony bring a wealth of experience, talent, and activism to their artistic practice - to find out more please go to their facebook page AccessAntiRacism

Learning Paths 

Imagination, Improvisation, IBPOC, Accessible, Acting, Performance, Public Presentation

Dungeons & Dragons

Ages:

8 - 16

Instructor

Bret Rikheim, Marcel Dragonieri, Adam Bailey

Single Camper Fee
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$90

Adventure awaits! Supervised Dungeons & Dragons will keep your kid engaged 3 hours a day with problem solving, math, and team work. Dungeons & Dragons provides a unique opportunity to adventure with friends without leaving the comfort of your home. All skill levels welcome from level 1 first-time players to level 20 dragon slayers! Saturday AM, Saturday PM and Sunday PM sessions are now available!

Learning Paths 

Character Creation, Narrative, Imagination, Improvisation, Magic, Public Speaking, Math, Problem Solving, Teamwork

ASD Improv

Ages:

9+

Instructor

Rachel Marks

Single Camper Fee
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$30

Get ready for an hour of improv fun that focuses on building social skills! These improv sessions are geared towards kids on the autism spectrum with modified games of all kinds!

Learning Paths 

Narrative, Imagination, Improvisation, Performance, Public Speaking

D&D Long Campaign

Ages:

8 - 16

Instructor

Bret Rikheim

Single Camper Fee
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$480

Hello there Fellow Adventurers!
From January 12 until April 27 from 4 - 7 PM Roseneath Theatre will be offering long term Dungeons and Dragons Adventures.
DM Breticus will be running Ghosts of Saltmarsh
This Adventure collects seven D&D adventures, each famous for their unique challenges, for their deadly threats, and for embracing the danger and wonder of the high seas. Some of these adventures initially charted their courses in the earliest days of D&D’s history. While others set sail in more recent years. In each case, these tales of plunder and peril have been updated for the current edition of the game revealing salty shores for brave crews to explore anew!

Learning Paths 

Character Creation, Narrative, Imagination, Improvisation, Magic, Public Speaking, Math, Problem Solving, Teamwork

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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

 

There will be daily outings to local parks and splash pads so everyone can cool down and get some exercise and time in nature.

LOCATION:
Roseneath Theatre in St. Anne’s Parish Hall, 651 Dufferin Street-just north of Dundas. Our entrance is on the north side of the building and we are located on the third floor. Since the building is over 120 years old, we unfortunately do not have an elevator and are not an accessible venue.

NEED MORE INFORMATION?
Rachel Marks – Family Programs Coordinator

coordinator@roseneath.ca 
416-686-5199 ext 223