Arrival times

1st session

Sunday June 26, 2022
between 3:30 and 5:15 PM

2nd session

Sunday July 10, 2022
between 3:30 and 5:15 PM

3rd session

Sunday July 24, 2022
between 3:30 and 5:15 PM

2nd session

Sunday August 7, 2022
between 3:30 and 5:15 PM

Useful information for campers and parents

COVID-19: To reduce the risk of contagion, it is recommended to bring only what is strictly

Don’t forget to bring a bathing suit, shorts, pants, warm clothes, sneakers, pyjamas, a raincoat, rubber boots, concert clothes, towels, wash cloths and toiletries.

* COVID-19 measure: The camper will have to keep his personal belongings and clothes in his bag and bring a pillow case to deposit his dirty laundry day by day.

Don’t forget to bring a pillow, sheets and blankets or a sleeping bag.

Violin, viola, cello, double bass: instrument, rosin, extra set of strings, nail clippers. Guitar : instrument, extra set of strings, nail clippers, foot rest.
Percussion : drum sticks.
All instruments: sheet music learned during the year, pencils, metronome.

Cash is not needed at the camp except for the purchase of stamps ($1).
Optional: Branded clothing items can be purchased on site including T-shirts (new $15 or old $10), sweater (new $45 or old $25), towel ($20), pillowcase ($15), and cap ($20) taxes included

Don’t forget to bring a flashlight, water bottle, sunscreen and insect repellent (preferably friendly to the environment).

It is not recommended to bring expensive electronic devices such as digital cameras, games, or communication devices. A camper that wants to bring a cellphone will have to remove the SIM card. In the event of loss or theft, the Camp assumes no responsibility.

Details regarding arrival (Sunday) and departure (Saturday) will be specified on the document sent to all parents a few days prior to arrival at the camp.

Although not mandatory, masks are recommended for indoor activities. In the event of an outbreak in a cottage, the mask must be worn for the duration recommended by the care manager. Please bring 30 masks (procedural or fabric) in your luggage.

Important: For hygiene reasons and to manage the risk of allergies, campers are not permitted to bring candies or snacks into the chalets. Meals brought to the camp for campers with serious allergies will be kept in the cafeteria.


C.P. 44

Joliette (Québec) J6E 3Z3

Phone : (450) 755-2496
Email :

Lac Priscault

100, rang Petit Beloeil
Saint-Côme (Québec)
J0K 2B0

Phone : (450) 883-6024

Photos credits : Geneviève Bigonnesse, Yanick Déry, Simon Ménard, Pierre-Étienne Bergeron & Charlie Poirier-Bouthillette.

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