Whether your child is attending Wenonah for the first time, or your family is considering Camp Wenonah for your camper, we are excited to present several opportunities to learn more about the Camp experience.
Each orientation program is a complimentary service to families. They are a great way to meet the Camp staff, learn more about the Wenonah program, and ask any and all questions you may have!
We also have a special program in place to communiate with families of new campers while they are at Camp.
Sunday, April 28, 2019 in Oakville
Each year, Wenonah hosts an information session for registered first time families and those that would like to hear more about the Wenonah Summer Camp program and experience.
Welcome to Wenonah is led by Executive Director Jeff Bradshaw and Summer Camp Director Ian Wiseman, and lasts 45 minutes.
Sunday, April 28, 2019 (2:00 – 2:45 pm)
Oakville Conference Centre (2515 Wyecroft Road, Oakville)
Oakville Conference Centre website
Want to RSVP to our Welcome to Wenonah Information Presentation? Please email Caron Brick (email@example.com) or call (905) 631-2849.
Home Visit Presentations
Learn more about Camp Wenonah from the comfort of your own home!
Executive Director Jeff Bradshaw or Summer Camp Director Ian Wiseman are available for in-home presentations for new and interested families in January, February, and March.
Book a Presentation
Interested in booking a home visit presentation? Please email Ian (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (905) 631-2849.
Sunday, June 23 (11:00 am – 3:00 pm)
Want to RSVP to our Open House? Please email Caron Brick (email@example.com) or call (905) 631-2849.
First Time Camper Phone Calls
We call all families of first time campers following their first 48 hours at Camp. Parents are often anxious to know how their child is adjusting to their first Camp experience. Over many years of offering this service, “48 Hour Phone Calls” have proven to be an invaluable tool for parents and Camp staff to touch base on the progress of a camper.
** Please note that, as their stay at Camp is limited to two nights, phone calls are not made to the parents of WEEnonah campers.