Is your Folk Army soldier ready to strengthen their musical abilities, and have fun with a passionate group of fellow music-lovers? Folk Army’s Day Camp is the perfect getaway!
UKULELE CAMP AGES 7-12
Your Folk Army Summer Fun!
Ages 7 - 12
This beginner and intermediate Ukulele camp is the perfect introduction or refresher to playing the ukulele and singing! We will study timing & rhythm, singing along, musical games, and work on some small musical crafts. We will learn your first or next three chords and your next five songs!
Registration is $150 for three day course.
August 3rd, 4th & 5th 9am - 2pm
***This camp also includes a performance/recital at Stratford Summer Music Lakeshore Bandshell, Saturday August 6th 12:45 - 1:30***
You will need:
• Your instrument (let us know if you need one)
• Some reading skills
• Blanket or Towel to sit on outside
• Water Bottle
• Light Nut Free Snack
Avondale United Church,
194 Avondale Avenue, Stratford Ontario
Payment can be made using the link below or sending an etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also fill out the registration form here: https://forms.gle/uXBgKYkKq28wHTww7
* REFUNDS *
Please note that there is a non-refundable fee of $50 if you have to cancel up to 48 hours in advance. Camp registrations are transferrable.
Folk Army Leader
Dayna Manning (guitar, ukulele, vocals): When Juno nominated singer-songwriter Dayna Manning isn’t recording her own award winning albums or touring North America, her focus turns to her private lesson school, the Folk Army, which she established in Stratford, Ontario in 2016. Dayna has taught over 100 beginner students to play, guitar or ukulele and sing! Dayna is thrilled to offer Folk Army Day Camps to teach kids all aspects of a fun folkie lifestyle, focused on music, community, kindness and sharing.
Lauren picked up a guitar at the age of 11 and hasn’t put it down since. Lauren has participated in the Stratford Star Contest for both 2018 and 2019, as well as playing at the Stratford Art Gallery in 2020. She was also chosen to perform at the Kiwanis’ Stars of the Festival for the past two years. Last year, she performed on the Stratford Festival Stage, as part of the Folk Army at the PAL Concert. She also had the opportunity to sing two songs opening for Dayna’s album release events in Stratford, Toronto and London. In addition to performing covers, Lauren loves to write and perform her own songs. For the past 2 years, she has been following in Dayna’s footsteps by teaching guitar to young girls. She loves music and how it connects people, which is important in these times.