Jungle Camp Open House for Kids and Their Families


Kid’s Open House will be Wednesday, June 19, 2019 from 9:15 am – 12:30 pm. This event is free, but we need you to RSVP.
Space is limited. We expect to cut off registrations once we fill our capacity.

Tentative Schedule

9:15 am – 9:45 am – Arrive at Ethnos Canada (formerly New Tribes Mission)
Meet at the Connection Centre (yellow brick building on your right, directly across from the office building).

10:00 am – 12:30 pm – Guided tour through Jungle Camp
For those that are able, we will be walking from the main Ethnos campus to Jungle Camp (approx. 10 min walk). It is recommended that you wear good walking shoes.


  • Enjoy a picnic lunch by the pond, weather permitting, after the tour is done (please bring your own lunch with you).
  • Swim/canoe in the pond after lunch with parental supervision (please bring your swim suits and towels).
  • We will also be offering a Campus Tour after lunch via a wagon ride.


Your Kids Can Help Buy a Helicopter for Brazil

Teach your kids about missions and about cheerfully giving to the Lord while helping to spread the Good News to unreached people groups in Brazil.

Collect your loose change from now until June, and then bring the funds to the Kid’s Open House.

Get a Free Can Wrap

Coming to Kids Jungle Camp Open House? Register Here

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While Ethnos Canada is committed to ensuring that, when possible, every person enjoys equal access and participation to events on our property, due to the intentionally rustic nature of Jungle Camp, access for those with certain disabilities may be limited. If you plan to visit our campus during Campus Open House and require assistance, please contact us at info@ethnos.ca or call 1-519-369-2622 (Toll Free 1-844-855-6862) before your visit.

For more information about accessibility on our campus, visit ethnos.ca/about/accessibility.