Last updated: November 17,  2017

The programme committee will be planning the 2017/18 activities with workshops, special interest groups and outing destinations. Details coming soon!


Workshops for Moose Jaw Camera Club Members 2018 coming soon!


This just in, Greg Johnson, The Tornado Hunter is giving a workshop on “LEARN TO USE YOUR CAMERA THE WAY IT WAS INTENDED!” on 7-8 December 2017. Limited seats.

Follow this link for more info.


A Miksang Level 1 & 2 Introductory Condensed workshop will be held on September 30th & October 1st, 2017. Please go to Nalanda Miksang Moose Jaw for details and to register.



Additional workshops are based on input and demand from the membership.

Planning for workshops takes place during the spring and summer. If you have a special interest in learning about a specific topic let the programme director know. If you have interest in teaching please contact the programme director with proposal outlining the workshop and stating the objective.

Workshop registration is open to active members first. Any openings after the initial sign up will be offered to outside photo enthusiasts.

To become a member, download, print and fill in the Moose Jaw Camera Club Membership Brochure_2017_18 and bring it to a meeting.

Special Note: The Moose Jaw Camera Executive adopted this educational vision in 2015: 

After incurring significant costs when hiring instructors and renting the Cosmo Centre for our introductory workshops it has been decided to respond to the offers of those members with practical and educational experiences to deliver the introductory classes on a volunteer basis.

While we recognize that every instructor’s knowledge has a monetary value we also feel that a club grows in strength and community when some workshops are offered at a nominal charge (all of which will go to the operating budget of the club for future endeavors). This will help build community and bring forth new talent. We firmly believe in helping those who have a genuine interest in photography.

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