Artaban Pub Night - Fall 2014
There will be an Artaban Pub Night at the Met Bar & Grill (411 Columbia Street, New Westminster) again this fall! Come on out on Friday Nov. 14th, 2014 from 6pm-10pm.
Want to bring children/minors? The Met's licence now allows them to have minors in the pub until 8pm - so you can bring the whole family for dinner!
Order tickets online via Eventbrite for $21.49 each.
Or buy your ticket at the door for $25. Come out and support camp!
Important Motion Passes Unanimously
The Camp Artaban Society held an Extraordiary General Meeting (EGM) Saturday October 18 and put a Special Resolution before the Society's Membership. Find out more on the events page.
Visitors' Day 2014
The Camp Artaban Society Board welcomed visitors to the Camp Artaban site at the end of August. Find out more on the events page.
Support for Camp Artaban
Camp Artaban suspended operations for 2013 and 2014, but is now rebuilding and the Board is working hard to re-open as soon as possible. A settlement agreement has been reached with the Diocese of New Westminster in order to settle the debt to the Diocese, which goes back some 30+ years. This is tremendous news and the plan is to have this finalized by the end of October.
The Society is always extremely grateful for financial gifts as this is very helpful in enabling the Society to rebuild and prepare for re-opening. So your financial contribution is very much welcomed and appreciated. Camp Artaban needs the funds, and the Board wishes to ensure that all who donate are aware that the camp is currently rebuilding and that any donations will be received into the General Fund at this time.
If mailing a donation cheque, please send it to Camp Artaban Society, 1058 Ridgewood Drive, North Vancouver, BC V7R 1H8. Should you wish to discuss your donation, or if you wish to donate by Visa or MasterCard, please leave a message at 604-980-0391 and we will call you back shortly. If you would like to donate securely online, we invite you to visit CanadaHelps.
Nearly a century of happy campers!
For 90 years, children, youth and adults have journeyed to this Anglican camp at the end of Long Bay on Gambier Island. Against a backdrop of lush green rainforest and rough-hewn oceanfront, campers have made lasting friendships, tried new recreational adventures, and experienced unforgettable Christian community.
While onoing financial challenges have resulted in the suspension of camp operations for the 2013 and 2014 seasons, we are working hard towards a more secure future. We invite you to learn more about this situation by reading our Frequently Asked Questions.