A. Full Instruction: $485 per person
 

Full access to daily world-class instruction, jamming and workshops. This breaks down to about $20 a day for instruction! It also includes admission to all nightly concerts, optional dance and art workshops with full facility access to the pool, kayaks, campfire munchies, morning coffee and more.

B. Campus Pass: $155 per person

For any attendees over the age of 5 not participating in musical instruction.  Includes admission to nightly concerts, optional dance and art workshops with full facility access (pool, kayaks, campfire munchies, morning coffee and more)

A. Off-Site: $0 per person

This option is if you plan on staying somewhere that is not on campus. This may include a residential cabin, the provincial camp ground, a friend’s house, etc. Fish Creek is a lovely camp ground which is not on site our campus however, it is a drive or a solid bike ride to our facility each day. You can find the link to the provincial park website here.

A. Off-Site: $0 per person

This option is if you plan on staying somewhere that is not on campus. This may include a residential cabin, the provincial camp ground, a friend’s house, etc. Fish Creek is a lovely camp ground which is not on site our campus however, it is a drive or a solid bike ride to our facility each day. You can find the link to the provincial park website here.

B. Bunkhouse: $75 per person

Shared, rustic bunkhouse with those of your own gender. These cabins may be used during the day for group lessons, be prepared to keep your belongings stowed. Each person is typically allotted an entire bunk for their things, top and bottom. Central in the camp, close to the washrooms and showers they also have outlets.

C. On-Site Camping: $140 per site *please let us know if your camper is quite large.

This option is available if you would like to camp on-site. There are no sewage or water hook-ups on site and we ask that the electricity or generators be used to a minimal. Tenters and campers alike are welcome to use onsite washrooms with showers and a kitchen is also available if you prefer.

 

D. The Mother Theresa Centre: $420 per room

The MTC is the social nexus point of the camp. It has a large communal kitchen and living room area, where the camp typically gathers to visit and jam during the day and in the evenings. The private rooms are located down two hallway hallways that spokes out from the main area, separated by heavy doors. Rooms includes one double bed, one bunk bed, full electricity and a vanity/closet. Rooms lock from the inside, but there are no keys for the rooms. Washrooms equipped with showers are located off the kitchen in the main area. Please note: we try to keep the noise level down in the evenings however this may not be the most quiet and peaceful place to stay. A good pair of earplugs would certainly be an asset. If you have your heart set on one of these rooms, please consider registering early, as they are the first to fill up!

E. Forest Cabin: $230 per cabin

Private, quiet cabins located in the wooded area around campus which is accessible through paths in the trees. Cabins do not have washrooms and are the furthest accommodations from the rest of the camp however, they’re private, quiet and encased in nature. Cabins have one double bed and full electricity. 

 

F. Kome & See: $230 per room

Small, quiet, private room in the rustic Kome & See cabin. The Kome & See is a quaint cabin which includes a communal kitchen, living room, washrooms and showers. Rooms include one double bed, electricity and lights. The living room is usually used for group lessons during the day. 

 

G. Rustic Family Cabin: $280 per cabin

Formerly know- and identified on the map as- “poolside cabins”

Private, rustic cabins suitable for a family. Centrally located on campus and very close to the communal washrooms and showers. Cabins usually have at least one double bed and one or two bunk beds. Please indicate how many people will be staying in these cabins and we will put you in one which suits your needs. 

Campus Map

The Campus Map

A. No Meals: $0 per person

You provide your own meals during your stay at camp. There is a kitchen available for your use in the Kome & See cabin. 

B. All Meals: $190 per person 9+ 

All meals provided. Served buffet style at breakfast, morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, and supper. Hearty, wholesome cooking. Please note: children under 9 only pay $110 for full meal package. 

C. Lunch & Snacks: $100 per person 9+

Access to just the morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack. This package is ideal for those who are not staying on campus, but do not wish to worry about providing their own meals. Please note: children under 9 only pay $70 for this package. 

At the Kitchen Party 2020, we have made an executive decision to focus our efforts on developing students who have a previous subset of knowledge on their instrument. We will no longer be accepting registration for people who have never picked up their instrument prior to camp. 

We do not audition participants for the camp however, the classes will be determined based on how you define your skill level on your form. That does not mean that you, or your instructor may choose to move you to a class better suited for your needs. 

If you select “beginner” on your form, our expectation is that you have a foundation of rudimentary knowledge of your instrument. 

For fiddle, you should have a repertoire of about five tunes. A beginner guitar player’s basic grasp of a few chords (A, G, & D) would be an asset along with being able to navigate your strings. Beginner banjo players will have a developing “bum-diddy” and basic navigation of their instrument. To define as a beginner piano student, your knowledge of the key names, basic scales, and a few chords would be plenty. If you would like assistance placing yourself, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

 

Please note: we are still in the process of hiring therefore, it is subject to change.

 Please check back soon for more updates.

Week One: August 3rd-8th 2020

Fiddle: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Guitar: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Banjo: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Choir: all welcome

Piano: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Visual Art: all welcome

Week Two: August 10th-14th 2020

Fiddle: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Guitar: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Mandolin: beginner, intermediate, and advanced

Visual Art: all welcome

 

 

Cello will be offered if five cellists register to attend otherwise, 

we will not be offering cello in 2020.

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHILE YOU REGISTER:

Everyone on site during daily activities must be registered with the camp. Day passes are available for purchase please inquire at camp registration. We welcome the public to join for our nightly concerts with an admission.

If your child is under 16 they are required an on-site guardian. The guardian is to be registered with the camp as well.

For participants aged 9-15 in week 1, we offer camp councilor chaperones. Please indicate on your registration form if you’d like us to provide your child with a chaperone.

Accommodations are yours from Sunday 6PM- Saturday 10AM, no exceptions. We are quite firm on this rule due to the many cogs it takes to ensure we are a well-oiled machine prior to camp. 

If you have dietary restrictions we are happy to do our best to accommodate. In the past, we have accomodated such restrictions as: vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free and peanut free. If it is a serious allergy, we recommend utilizing our facilities to prepare your own meals.

For students participating in instruction, we ask to isolate a primary instrument. You are required to supply your own instrument. There are opportunities to explore other instruments in workshops, jams and more – again, please bring those instruments as well!

Piano rentals are available for an additional $60 which includes transport and set up. We also provide pianos for designated jam spaces and concerts.