During the month of August, the children’s camp at Seedrioru in Elora, Ontario remained a busy place, with visiting international campers from CISV (Children’s International Summer Village). A total of 44 11-year old children from 11 countries (along with a counsellor from each country) enjoyed the natural wonders of Seedrioru, while meeting groups from around the world. It was especially rewarding to meet the group from Estonia, who got first-hand experience in using the camp facilities provided by the Estonian-Canadian community. Other countries represented were: France, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Japan, Israel, Italy, the United Kingdom and Canada.
As part of the camp program, CISV hosted an open house on Sunday, August 11, where each country group had set up a booth in the main hall at Seedrioru. This was followed by a camp show, where each group presented a cultural program from their home country (the Estonian group presented the well-known Estonian folk dance, ‘Kaera-Jaan’).
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