URJ Olin- Sang- Ruby Union Institute Theatre Camp Guide
600 Lac La Belle Dr
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As we prepare to celebrate our 65th summer, we look with pride on the more than 30,000 children who have passed through our gates, building lifelong friendships, exploring their Jewish identity, and having the time of their lives. In 1952, Union Institute was founded by the Reform Movement; today, URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute serves more than 1,000 campers each summer from throughout North America and beyond.
We see our mission, in part, as providing the opportunity for the pursuit of excellence in Jewish life experiences. Our sessions are varied and focus on specific areas of interest, including Kibbutz life, the arts, Hebrew immersion, and more. We offer a wealth of activities, from archery and the Alpine Tower to drama, photography, and waterskiing, to name just a few. Most importantly, our programs foster independence and personal growth.
When you entrust your children to us, they will have the time of their life, develop new skills, and are a part of a warm, welcoming, Jewish, community. In today’s world, camp is more important than ever before. Camp is a place where we get to create the world we strive for. Our campers build relationships face-to-face at camp, coming together to laugh, play, sing, and support each other. At OSRUI, we live the Jewish values of Ometz (Perseverance), Kavod (Respect), Tsumet Lev (Really Listening), Derech Eretz (Doing the Right Thing), Chesed (Kindness) and so many more!