Coming of the First Night
& The Peddler’s Dream

December 19, 20 and 21, 2022

Our 2022 Winter Peace Camp features dynamic storyteller Will Hornyak re-telling two tales: 

Coming of the First Night — this Afro-Brazilian story tells how night came from the sea goddess Yemanjá who sends the gifts of night to her daughter so that she may live peacefully on land. 

The Peddler’ s Dream — explores themes of generosity, selfless giving, and the gifts one finds beneath one’s own feet – all with a humorous Irish twist. 

Campers will visit six art studios in rotation with their color cohorts of ~14 campers. Projects designed by Grace Art Camp artists and inspired by the stories will include Glass, Visual Arts, Fibre Arts, Illustration & Paper Arts, Animation and Theatre. Come dream and create with us! 

Inclement or Dangerous Weather Conditions
We have every anticipation of holding Winter Peace Camp all three days.  In the case of severe or dangerous weather conditions, we will prioritize safety and notify families by email in the case of closure or delayed opening. 

Registration is now closed.

Since we anticipate that some families will be unable to attend in December, which will make new openings, we encourage you to register on the Waitlist.
NEW! Register through ActiveNet (it’s the same system we use for summer programming).

Waitlist: If no spots remain, please select waitlist when registering on Activenet. As openings come up, families will be notified up until the week before camp.

·  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, December 19, 20 and 21, 2022
·  Camp runs 9:00 am to 3:00 pm with Extended Session Hours available at $12 hour
·  Cost per student: $235 – scholarships are available.
·  For children currently in Grades 1 through 6

For more detailed information about camps, the studios, and general activities, please refer to About Art Camps.

See Parent Information for more information about your child and camp.