Ancient tales tell of maidens dressed in white dancing in the fields on the full moon of the month of Av, ready to meet their beloved. By some accounts, it is a day as important as Yom Kippur! Join Rabbis, Kohenot, and educators from Asiyah, Living Tree Alliance, and Organic Torah as we breathe new life into this tradition.
You are warmly invited to join us for a campout Shabbat retreat at Living Tree Alliance in Vermont. Together we will build a temporary village while deepening our respective community bonds, engaging in homesteading practices on a working farm, exploring the ancient wisdom traditions of Jewish life, and immersing in nature with river swims and forest walks. We especially encourage younger adults to join us for this unique experience in the woods. Single or families: all are welcome!
make our own challah and grape juice
harvest flowers and food, preparing a farm-raised Shabbat meal together in the hearth
engage in restorative Shabbat ritual, including meditation, body centered practice, walks in nature, song and learning
draw Shabbat to a close with a Havdalah ecstatic dance party in the barn
make new friends and nurture connections while sitting around the campfire and engaging in community building activities
learn new skills, enjoy the natural world, and go home inspired!
$100/child over 3
Limited work/study options available.
(note: this is a camping event and does not include lodging.)