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The Wakami Wailers were Camp Kawartha’s special guests on Saturday, March 24th, and provided over 70 guests with a rousing evening of songs and stories of Canada!

Together since 1981, this enduring band has entertained and educated thousands about our logging, unique characters, and history of the provincial parks. The Wailers have released three CDs, and are set to release a fourth – Un, Deux, Trois…Four.

“We were thrilled to have the Wailers back again.” says Executive Director, Jacob Rodenburg. “They always deliver an engaging performance, and I heard nothing but positive and enthusiastic comments from our guests. They really bring history to life through song and story. Our thanks for sharing their gift of music!”

Hosted at the Gordon Best Theatre in downtown Peterborough, the event raised funds for Camp Kawartha’s programming. Guests came from as far away as Ottawa. Opening for the Wailers were Glen Caradus and Michael Ketemer whose comedic take on the Canoe Alphabet song had guests laughing and applauding loudly.

It was a great event, and a welcome party! Thanks to all who attended.