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Camp Masala - a special weekend your family will never forget!

 

UPDATE: Camp Masala is Going Virtual for 2021!

Mark Your Calendars for Father's Day Weekend:

June 18th - June 19th  

 

The Camp Masala Board is happy to announce that we are moving forward with a virtual camp this year. Unlike usual we will not be hosting programming for the full days. Currently we are working on a schedule based on the survey results and will share that with you when it is finalized. 

 

 

Camp Masala 2019 Group Photo

We are excited to "reunite" even if virtually! Throwback to our last gathering in 2019. Looking forward to taking the next Camp Masala in person group photo!

Camp Masala 2021 - Are we there yet? Not quite. . .

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What is Camp Masala?

Camp Masala is a weekend camp for children and adults of South Asian heritage and their families. Our goal is to facilitate campers' education about South Asian culture in a fun environment. Your children will be surrounded by other children who look like them and other families who are built like theirs. The experience of being ‘in the majority’ is invaluable. Adult adoptees will have opportunities to connect with others whose experience mirrors theirs and celebrate their birth culture.

Each year, parents tell us they are amazed at how much their children learn, and how much the camp experience increases their self esteem. Individuals and families alike will leave Camp Masala with a new appreciation for the incredible diversity of South Asia.

Please join us for a special weekend at Camp Masala. We look forward to meeting you and celebrating South Asia!

Camp Masala: A weekend of fun your family will never forget

Donate to Camp Masala!

Help us raise money this November and December to educate our community the South Asian culture.

We are a registered 501c3 Non-profit Organization.

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Camp Masala c/o Erin Oberdorfer

4104 Park Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55407

Why Donate to Camp Masala?

 

 

 

 

 

 

This activity is made possible by the voters of

Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan

Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative

appropriation from the arts and

cultural heritage fund.