45th Anniversary Weekend: August 1 - 4
Please Note: There is a strong possibility that all of these things will happen, maybe even more things will happen, maybe even in this configuration. Of course weather and inclination of " Those Who Show Up" may change this a bit. Thank goodness Tolerance is something we UU's all Practice.
It's Not Too Late for Kids Camp!
Some spots still available. For more info on Kids Camp, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the image above to download this year's brochure.
Structures on Campsites
Although two structures were built by campers on seasonal sites in 2013, there is some uncertainty about what kinds of buildings might be allowed under the rules of the Niagara Escarpment Commission. Therefore there is currently a moratorium on any new structures on campsites. The Board intends to decide over the next year what camp's future policy on structures should be, after consultation within the Unicamp community. Trailers (on wheels, with a license) within Unicamp's size restrictions, are still allowed.
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Pie Making Workshop August 8 - 10
Pick your own raspberries right at Unicamp and then make them into a pie. All ages, hands on, free.
More Programs New This Year
June 27-29 Hiking & Pilgrimage Workshop with Tom Brown
Join one of the original founders of Unicamp this weekend for a gentle history hike around camp and a workshop on the theme of pilgrimages.
June 28, 3:30-6 pm Introduction to Intimacy
This experiential workshop offers a taste of what a Human Awareness Institute (HAI) weekend workshop is like.
Aug 1-9 Out Trip Camp
For youth age 13-16. Three team building days at Unicamp, then five days and four nights canoe camping in the wilderness.
August 8-10 Positive Discipline Strategies for Parents of Teenagers
Led by parent educator Pamela Smith-Loeters
Aug 8-10 Music Making
Musician-in-Residence Susanne Maziarz leads singing meditation at dawn and dusk, singing in harmony, song-leading at the campfire and musical games.
Aug 15-17 Living in Spirit
Spiritual-care-provider in residence Kosu Boudreau, and Wendy Mcguire, a professor of social work, will co-facilitate morning meditation/yoga practice and afternoon group discussions.
Aug 15-17 Ethical Eating
Jim Sannes will share what he has learned about the First Principle Movement and show positive ways we can make better choices in what we eat.
Aug 22 -24 Relationship in Movement
Two people (in relationship) register together with the aim to explore their relationship through dance improvisation. Romantic relationships, friendships, family relationships, collegial relationships are welcome.
Aug 29-Sept 1 Expressive Arts Workshop
Participants will explore embodied experience through dance, visual art, music and poetry.
August 24 to 29 ARTIST RETREAT
Connecting with Nature with Artist-in-Residence Lauren Renzetti, using Unicamp and environs as our inspiration with its picturesque vistas, mossy craggy caves, dappled ponds, rolling hills, fantastic forests and expansive skies. Program fee: Sliding Scale $50-150.