Modeh Ani (Morning Gratitude)
Start the day with intention and gratitude. Choose a morning practice option that suits you each day. Rotating offerings include song session, dream sharing, spirited morning shacharit (prayer), waking up the animals, body movement, morning river mikveh and more.
Nourishment and delight for each person.
Every week, campers get to sign up for chugim, electives of their choice. From shelter building adventures in the Forest, to making your own teas & salves in Herbalism, to learning how to make vessels on the wheel in Pottery, our campers are learning so many amazing new skills and having a ton of fun along the way.
It’s so yummy, and spirits are so high, that the post-meal blessing sometimes becomes a live-music dance party.
Menucha (Rest Time)
Quiet time to nap, write letters, read, recharge.
Snack + Shmooze
The daily free-choice festival! Swim, play music, practice circus arts, play soccer or frisbee, relax in the art room… it’s up to you!
Every day, every body.
Our dinner feasts often include treats that the campers made throughout the day.
From the silly to the sublime, from small-group campfires to all-camp games, something new each evening.
Laila Tov (Goodnight)
Staggered by age groups. An important time for bunk groups to reflect on the day’s joys and challenges, care for themselves and each other, and ease into well-earned sleep with their unique bedtime rituals.