FAQ 

  1. What's the price of just one day to to try it out?  Tantsupidu is a commitment and so will this first camp - it's all or nothing, so budget to come from Friday evening through to camp closing on Sunday midday.  With only two instructors there's no flex for remedial instruction for drop-ins.​

  2. What if I have to cancel? Well that would be a drag, but no problem - if you've paid and cancel before September 2, 2022 at midnight ET to estonianartscentre@estoniancentre.ca, you'll be refunded in full, less CDN$40.  After that date, no refunds as costs are then fully fixed.

  3. What if the organisers cancel?  Well that would be a drag too, wouldn't it but if the last few years have taught us anything, it's to expect the unexpected.  So if that happens you'll be refunded your paid camp fees and, where applicable, at the then-current exchange rate.    

  4. I can't come to this one, can I come to the next one?  The participants at this Tantsulaager will decide on the last day how to proceed.  Best come to this one to have a say in next steps (hah! pun intended).

  5. I don't speak Estonian. What now.  We'll all be just fine - after all, it's dance camp for adults, not grammar camp.   

  6. Do I get a tax receipt?  Estonian Arts Centre is a registered charity and can issue tax receipts for donations.  Registration fees on the register page cover camp costs only, receipted donations can be made via the KESKUS website.

  7. Can I bring my dog?  What about the rest of the family?  Dogs (leashed) and families (leashing optional) are welcome to the performance on Sunday at midday.

  8. I identify as a woman, can I attend?  Nou Pois Äläud will be a safe space for all women, 18+ with no upper limit on age or number of knee or hip replacements, non-binary and female-identifying welcome.

  9. What do I need to bring?  You'll get a recommended packing list by the middle of August and thereafter with registration.  To set expectations, this is simple living with indoor plumbing.  While you await the packing list, spruce up your rahvariided or borrow a set if you can (rahvariided not compulsory but if you've got 'em, bring 'em), and regardless find a few spare skirts of any stripe for rehearsal.

  10. Anything else I need to do to prepare?  If you've not danced rahvatants before, make this summer the one when you learn the waltz step before Labour Day.  

IT'S OVER, 
BUT what fun !
 

pHOTOS coming soon