The Women's Weekend

Laughs, Nature, Relaxation, and Rummikub
Tentative 2015 Dates: May 29-31

(Stay tuned for more info!)

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Click to download our 2014 flier

Founded in 2008, Women's Weekend is a perfect time to pause for reflection and connect with other women. We can chat, drink coffee, hang out, rock on the porch, play board games, knit, and do whatever else our hearts desire. Take advantage of all that our facility has a lot to offer, including yoga, tennis, swimming, campfires, hiking, star gazing, and more. Bring a craft project, a good book, a favorite board game, or just yourself!

One of the things that makes Women's Weekend a uniquely rich experience is that we attract participation from a wide variety of women of different generations, backgrounds, spiritualities, and abilities. We'll be facilitating optional discussions that provide opportunities to share our experiences, swap advice, and be ourselves in a non-judgmental environment.

In 2014, we'll also be offering a chance to learn about some of the medicinal and edible plants that grow on our site. We can also brew a batch of kombucha and learn about other fermented foods. We have lots of flexibility, feel free to offer suggestions or bring activities with you! All activities are completely optional -- no pressure if you prefer to just relax!

So come join us! It's a lovely way to celebrate springtime and a particularly relaxed way to enjoy Common Ground Center.

Fees

Fees include lodging and delicious wholesome meals, snacks, coffee, and tea, plus activities for the weekend.

Tenting/Tent platform: $250

Private Cabin: $275

Shared Eco-Lodge Room*: $325
Registration Fee: $25
 
Bring a friend and you each receive $25 off!

*We will place guests with preferred roommates and put as few guests in each shared room as possible, depending on how many people register for lodge rooms.

Note: Alcohol is permitted (bring your own), but we create a space that respects participants' choice to drink or not.

Tentative Schedule (2014)

All activities are completely optional. The flow of the day is flexible based on the groups interests.

Friday, May 14

2 pm: Arrival & check-in

3 pm: Hike (optional)

4:30 pm: Introductions

6 pm: Dinner

7 pm: Campfire & board games

Saturday, May 15

7:15 am: Morning Movement (to be determined by the group)

8 am: Breakfast

9 am: Morning options - Craft activity; Nature exploration; Hanging out

Noon: Lunch

1 pm: Afternoon options - Kombucha brewing & wild fermentation workshop; Board games; Swim in the pond; Hanging out

3 pm: Snacks

6 pm: Dinner and facilitated conversation

7:30 pm: Evening options - Campfire, Board games, Journaling, Stargazing, etc.

Sunday, May 18

7:15 am: Morning Movement (to be determined by the group)

8 am: Breakfast

9 am: Morning options - Swim, hike, relax

10:30 am: Closing circle

11:30 am: Hugs & goodbyes

Testimonials

“I just loved to get away from the daily grind for a while and be myself in a safe, nurturing, peaceful, beautiful space.”

Kerrie ~ Massachusetts

“This is probably the first time in 10 years that I’ve spent two days taking time completely for myself! I really enjoyed spending relaxed time with such a fun and interesting group of women." 

Susan ~ Vermont

"Thank you for putting together such a wonderful weekend. Everything was so well-planned. The weekend was seamless. The food was great, especially the various forms of chocolate. We had such a nice group- friendly, warm, inviting and no drama. I felt like I had known these women for a long time. I left camp feeling restored, grateful and blessed for the wonderful memories and the new friendships.

Laura ~ Massachusetts

 

Please call our office at 1-800-430-26671-800-430-2667 for more information!