Welcome Parents, Guardians and Campers!

Registration for Summermusic 2021 is now closed.

On this page you will find:

  1. Downloadable forms (Registration and Medical and Emergency Contact)
  2. Our Camp Policies. Please read through these with your child before camp.

Online Registration and Medical & Emergency Contact forms are also available!

Downloadable Forms

If you would like to mail in your registration and medical/emergency forms, please download and print the following forms. Mail your forms and a cheque to Summermusic, P.O. Box 1495, Deep River, ON K0J 1P0. The cheque can be made out to Summermusic. Payment can also be made by e-transfer to

Registration Form 2021
Medical and Emergency Contact Form

Summermusic Camp Policies

 (Please read carefully before camp starts. If you have any

questions or comments, feel free to contact us)

1)    For promotional purposes, SUMMERMUSIC will be taking photos of campers in their day-to-day activities. If you do not wish your child’s image to be used in this manner, please inform Susan Butler by the first day of camp. If we do not hear from you, SUMMERMUSIC assumes consent to the use of your child’s photo(s) in Camp publicity material.

2)    It is imperative that a parent or guardian of those registered in our Music for the Young program, pick-up their child on time at the end of each daily class. Our staff is very busy teaching throughout the day and are not able to spend extra time waiting for students to be picked-up. If you would like to allow your child to walk or bike home on their own, please inform Susan Butler by the first day of camp.

We must be notified in advance if a child will be absent or late.  We will call the parent numbers or the alternate contact if your child has an uninformed absence.

3)    Rules and Expectations of Behaviour. On the first day of camp, the rules and expectation of behaviour will be discussed with all our students in a group setting. We do this to help our campers understand how their behaviour affects the music camp experience for everyone. We would like to share some of these rules and expectations with you in the hopes that you will discuss them with your family before camp starts. It is our wish and responsibility to create a positive camp environment between all participants at camp.

  1. Respect and cooperation are essential elements in establishing a safe environment that encourages artistic development and freedom. Campers and staff are expected to be a positive influence on all camp participants. If a camper is disturbing the camp atmosphere, staff will discuss the issue with the camper and family. If the camper consistently disregards the camp rules, your child will be asked to leave camp.
  2. Bullying, exclusion and humiliation will not be tolerated at SUMMERMUSIC. If a camper sees or experiences any of these situations, it is important to let a staff member know. Any of these behaviours from a student, will result in your child being asked to leave camp.
  3. Respect for the buildings and grounds we use at camp is very important. We expect our campers to treat their environment with care and keep the grounds clean.

Summermusic 2021 Covid-19 Protocols and Policy

Please note: protocols will be updated regularly to reflect the most up-to-date Public Health Guidelines throughout the lead-up to camp. This will include any travel guidelines that are in place closer to the start of camp on July 19 for those traveling from outside Renfrew County to attend Summermusic.

Protocols – Summermusic 2021 campers are expected to:

  • Maintain two metres distance from other people
  • Sit in assigned seats
  • Not touch another person’s belongings or instrument
  • Sanitize their hands when entering the building
  • Wear a mask indoors (when not eating or playing a wind instrument)
  • Wear a mask outdoors whenever social distancing is not possible


Due to the highly infectious nature of Covid-19 and Summermusic’s commitment to keeping our staff and students safe and healthy, we will be adopting a one-strike policy for campers. This means that any camper seen to be breaking Covid protocols as detailed on the Summermusic website will be warned that their behaviour is unacceptable, and their parents will be notified. If the behaviour is repeated, the camper may be asked to leave.

Regarding travel from outside Renfrew County to attend Summermusic – we will follow whatever travel guidelines are in place leading up to the start of camp on July 19.