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Our 18th annual bird watching retreat will take place May 24-26, 2019 at Moose Lake, Manitoba. Our director for this retreat will be Dieter Schӧnwetter. Click here for online registration. Click here for the 2019 Birding Retreat Brochure Which includes info, paper registration, and student bird watching sponsorship application.
We want new campers to experience the great times at camp. If you get a new camper to sign up, we’ll give you a free night at an Oak Grove Cabin this Winter, Spring or Fall. Check out all the details on this page: www.campswithmeaning.org/oakgrove
The Camp Moose Lake (CML) Picnic Shelter represented a beautiful, grass-roots fundraising project in 2008. Donors gave $50/peg, for the construction of this fantastic timber frame structure. It was well used, particularly by the Adults with Disabilities (ADV) campers, when the bugs or weather made it otherwise difficult to be outside. When CML was sold […]
Come enjoy a “Day Away” at Assiniboia Camp and Retreat Centre · Lunch · Skiing, hiking, sleighride · Sit by the fireplace and visit · “Knipsbrat and other table games Date: Tuesday, March 5. 9:00am – 3:00pm Cost: $20.00 To reserve a spot, call Linda at 204-864-2159 exten 104 or Jesse at 204-895-2267
Camp Assiniboia February 18-20, 2019 Goals of the Retreat Our mission for this winter retreat for adults with disabilities is to provide positive stimulation to campers through winter activities, worship sessions and joyful relationships with staff and other campers. Click here to download the brochure with full information.pdf Click here to download the registration form.pdf
A couple days at camp can only capture so many images… imagine the good times that took place all summer. Camps with Meaning Summer 2018 from Mennonite Church Manitoba on Vimeo.
September 22, 2018. 6:30-9:00pm in the barn at Camp Assiniboia. Come at 5:30pm for the Camp Tour – see the new cabins and the massive dike project underway. No dancing skills required. Direction will be provided onsite. appetizers bonfire and sing a long wagon rides proceeds to Camp Assiniboia See below for the “Pie Spectacular” […]
Why this big dike project now? The municipality received the funding from other levels of government to be spent immediately. The province anticipates sending more water through the Assiniboine River in future high water years, which makes the need for a better and extended dike urgent. Our existing dike was showing serious signs of strain […]
The CTV morning crew showed up at Camp Assiniboia and caught some of the excitement for this coming summer. These five segments are available to watch on the CTV site: Camp Staff and Campers Stacey and Kate talk about ADV camp Farm Camp w Marika Veith and campers Land Based Education with Audrey Logan More […]