Progress Day is Sunday June 18th!

Progress Day is our annual celebration of all those amazing donors and supporters who contribute to Camp Warwa.  All the Progressians of the Northern Alberta Zone, as well as our generous Friendship Fund sponsors and other friends of Camp Warwa are invited for a memorable day out at camp.  Your families are very welome to come join us as well.

Please be sure to RSVP at the bottom of this page.

The fun gets started at 3pm with the Progress Challenge!  While its mostly a fun way to try out some of the camp activities, its also a bit of friendly competition.  This year's challenge will feature programs like Archery, Ziplining and Canoeing.

The afternoon will also feature a tour of camp, fun games for the kids and a delicous BBQ for supper.  Supper will be at 5:30pm.  If you are unable to attend the afternoon activities, you are very welcome to arrive at supper time.  We will also present some awards and give a brief presentation on the plans for the camps new dining hall!

Following the BBQ and presentation we'll get the campfire going, grab some more smores, and enjoy the evening together on the lake.  Folks are welcome to bring out some beverages to throw in the cooler, and stay as late as they like.

We'd love to see you there!  Please fill out the form below to RSVP, and we'll make sure there are enough food on the BBQ.  Just contact Gerrit at 780-892-3648 or email gerrit@campwarwa.org if you have any questions.

Please take a moment to fill out this form and RSVP yourself, your family, or a group for Progress Day 2017!

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