At this time we have been advised by the department of health that all campgrounds and seasonal facilities must remain closed to the public. As we fall under this category, we must keep our facilities closed until further notice. We ask that you respect these orders, continue social distancing, and help keep everyone healthy. The Juhatus is closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as they become available.
We remain optimistic about a summer season unaffected by COVID-19, and continue to accept registrations, fill our few remaining staff positions, and get ready for camp! However, we also want to make sure that you and your family have a good back-up plan – just in case. That’s why we’re amending our policy, effective immediately, and for all existing registrations.
If any 2020 camp week is unable to proceed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, as the result of a directive or advice from Health Canada, Ontario Ministry of Health or the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health – or if your child is potentially ill with the virus, you will have the following options to either:
We have also decided to waive the Talgu obligations for camp this year.
Our camp committee is continually monitoring the situation and will also be reviewing all of our health and safety policies with the advice of local, provincial and national health authorities. We will continue to keep you updated of any changes affecting summer 2020.
We’re hopeful that camp will not be affected by COVID-19!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are postponing the celebration of the Seedrioru’s 65th anniversary in consideration of everyone’s health.
It is with a sad heart that our Juhatus has decided that we should conservatively cancel our Talgud events this spring and summer due to restrictions that will still be in effect from the COVID-19 pandemic. It is our hope that we can still complete some small projects involving smaller groups of people and families on a voluntary basis.
Seedrioru juhatus has also decided to cancel our annual Suvihari festival. It is important that we prioritize the health and safety of all.
We would like to extend an invitation to this years celebration “Sügishari” BBQ roast on September 26th, 2020 when hopefully the world has returned back to normal, and to a great event in 2021 to commemorate Seedrioru’s 65th anniversary then.
Still looking forward to the summer!