Registration open for Harry and UU Summer Camp!

Another year at Hogwarts

Plans are rolling for a second year at Hogwarts. August 12-16 will see Hewett Centre once again transformed into the Great Hall and Hogwarts classrooms.

Harry and UU summer camp is theatre in action for kids ages 7-12. There are volunteer leadership opportunities for youth ages 13+ with a Red Cross first aid certificate. Visit our Summer Camp page to register now to hold your spot in the 2019 Hogwarts West experience.

This year our social justice focus will centre around water inspired by the national Canadian Unitarian Ripple Effect project. We will identify two local water issues to explore and learn about Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed techniques. The DA Creators will create a theatre as social action piece to fight our Horcrux. It becomes a week of living theatre, social justice, and a unique summer camp experience for Vancouver children and youth.

Families and friends can expect a final performance and picnic at the end of the week.

This experiential camp is for anyone who loves the adventures of Harry Potter and wishes to explore theatre as social action!

Children can expect to make their own wand, create their patronus, taste butterbeer and other magical snacks, participate in lessons of Magic and Sorcery, discover their house and much, much, more!

Dumbledore’s Army Sections–Register now

DA Explorers–Ages 7+ Register Now

Register for DA Explorers to take Hogwarts classes. Explore the magic of water, learn theatre games, and play within the Hogwarts theme. Quidditch and Dueling Club are arranged between classes. Final day sharing directed by DA Leadership.

DA Creators–Ages 10+ Register Now

Register for DA Creators to take advanced classes in water magic, script writing, and interactive theatre. Create and perform in Friday’s interactive performance for family and friends. We may create and film a public service announcement to share what you have learned.

DA Leadership–High School Volunteers

Love the Wizarding world and want to build volunteer hours and leadership experience? Apply to be a prefect and help our Professors oversee the DA sections, coordinate club and Quidditch games, and maintain order and safety in the grounds. You may create your own character and help Direct the DA Creators production.

Youth who apply (ages 13+) should have or plan to get Red Cross First Aid training before camp begins. To apply send an email to Kiersten Moore with a description of your leadership experience, goals and purpose for wanting this position.

Visit our Summer Camp web page for more details


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