Upcoming Events

Comedy Confidence Camp with Jenn Hayward

Introducing Comedy Confidence Camp!

Join us for an unforgettable journey into the world of comedy and humour at Comedy Confidence Camp. Our four class sessions and two practice sessions will teach you the art of joke writing, help you define your unique style, and boost your confidence through laughter.

But it’s not just about stand-up comedy! At Comedy Confidence Camp, we believe in exploring the various ways humor can be used beyond the stage. You’ll have the opportunity to meet new friends, discover new comedic techniques, and have a blast while doing it.

Our sessions run monthly, with three sessions scheduled for 2023. Choose from the following dates:

  • Session 1: September 6-27 (Wednesdays)
    • Four classes, two practice sessions and a performance in October.
  • Session 2: October 2-30 (Mondays)
    • Four classes, two practice sessions and a performance in November.
  • Session 3: November 7-28 (Tuesdays)
    • Four classes, two practice sessions and a performance in December.

Don’t miss out on our Early Bird Pricing!

Register before August 15 to enjoy a special rate of $175. After that, regular pricing will be $250.

Hurry and secure your spot now!

Whether you want to join with friends or embark on this adventure solo, Comedy Confidence Camp guarantees you a once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with laughter, growth, and unforgettable memories.

Limited numbers available, this is the perfect way to gain confidence in a safe, fun environment!

Past Events

Reconciliation Action Plans: Your Journey Begins

Join us for a one-day training session on Indigenous reconciliation and how to create your own Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Our facilitators, Emily Henry and Jenn Hayward, have years of experience in the field and have tailored this session to help you begin your own reconciliation journey.

During this session, you will learn about how you view the world, why reconciliation is important, what intergenerational effects are, and how each and every person can contribute to the future of our country, together. You will come away with a deeper understanding of reconciliation and a tangible plan for action.

kihci têpakohp iskotêw iskwêw (Emily Henry)

Before her recent retirement, Emily worked in the criminal justice system for over 22 years, where she developed numerous programs specifically designed to provide interventions for federally incarcerated Indigenous male offenders. Emily received numerous awards for her work, including the Distinguished Alumni Award from her Alma mater (UFV). Emily is a certified substance abuse and trauma counselor, providing cultural services and workshops across Canada.

Jenn Hayward

Jenn is a Metis woman from Saskatchewan now residing in Winchester, Ontario. She worked in the government helping assist with cultural competence, Indigenous policy and more. She ran her own courier company for six years and has now moved to freelance writing and working on Reconciliation Action Plans. Jenn’s specific skillset is bridging culture and corporate together for win/win situations and is able to break things down into ways that everyone wants to be part of the solution.