Grades 1 to 10
We love winter, and our chanichim (campers) do too. It’s our chance to hit the slopes, lace up the skates, and lean into our Canadian roots. Even though Winter Camp is only five days long, in that compressed amount of time and set in an even more intimate environment, you’ll find that you get a full summer’s worth of stories and connections. You may not be the type to have FOMO (fear of missing out), but these are not the stories you want to miss out on
A day in the life.
Just like in summer camp, most activities happen in your kvutza, but some with the whole mosh. Here’s an example of what a weekday at camp might look like:
8:45 - Kima (wake up)
9:15 - Aruchat Boker (breakfast)
10:15 - Zman Kvutza (time with your kvutza)
11:30 - Zman Mosh (time with the whole mosh)
1:00 - Aruchat Tzohorayim (lunch)
2:30 - Zman Sheleg (time outdoors, in the snow)
3:45 - Aruchat Arba (afternoon snack)
4:15 - Chugim (hobbies: choose from a set of activities)
5:30 - Zman Kvutza (time with your kvutza)
7:00 - Aruchat Erev (dinner)
8:30 - Shira/Erev (sing-along and evening activity, often a play in the Beit Tarbut)
10:00 - Aruchat Esser/Rikud (late-night snack and dancing)
Our (Winter) Machane.
Winter Camp 2019 was held at Mansfield Outdoor Centre
Rates and Dates.
Update (October 15th, 2020): Due to updated Covid-19 restrictions regarding in-person gatherings, Mosh Choref 2020 has been cancelled.