A Summer Like No Other!

We are offering modified safe programs this year!  

The first four days of camp will be held safely at each camper’s home, and will include: learning about Purple Martins (they eat mosquitoes!) and building a colony for them, participating in conversations and games with others their own ages via Zoom, painting a Byzantine Icon with a real iconographer, and much more thanks to our awesome staff, volunteers, and our cool custom camp kit. 

Each program will conclude with one day “on location” at Camp Oselia, where we will cook on a campfire, be loud, connect with nature, pray together, do archery, canoe, and run in the giant field breathing fresh air, all while keeping physically distanced from each other. Bussing from Edmonton is included in fees.

Our Camp! 

Fr. Bo

Fr. Bo

Camp Coordinator

The Stages of Designing an Icon

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This year, your child will…

  • Paint a Byzantine Icon
  • Learn about Purple Martins
  • Socialize with other children in conversation and games
  • Receive a custom camp kit
  • Safely bussed from Edmonton to Camp Oselia to experience fun and fresh air

 

Sign-ups not available until March 10, 2021

No Child Left Behind

Dream-Maker Grants

The Edmonton Catholic School Foundation provides “Dream Maker Grants” for students in the Edmonton Catholic School District who would like to come to camp but maybe hindered by financial needs. To apply for this please contact your school’s principal explaining your child’s interest in Camp Oselia, and the monetary amount in which you will need the Dream Maker Grant to cover. Your principal will then forward the information to Marc Barylo, the Executive Director of the Edmonton Catholic School Foundation, who will evaluate the grant application.

No Child Left Behind

If your child does not attend a school in the Edmonton Catholic School District, please contact the Eparchy of Edmonton at (780) 424-5496 and ask about the “No Child Left Behind” program. We will be happy to work with you, to the best of our ability, to ensure your child is able to attend camp and gain all of the experiences it has to offer.

Questions?