Dates: Dec. 29, 10 am - Jan. 1, 3 pm
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Winter...cold, long, dark nights. What better way to warm up than to soak in a spiritual spa or wake up your spirit with a Polar Bear Plunge at Camp Innabah. Come join us for four days of family fun activities and education, the best food that money CAN'T buy, life-enriching interaction and fellowship, all for one purpose—to prepare and empower you for the year ahead.

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Dates: Friday, September 20 – Sunday, September 22

This year's Harvest Festival will truly capture the spirit of the harvest! Come celebrate with us the turning of the seasons, and the good fruit we've borne this year! The Harvest Festival will be chock full of meaningful and outrageously fun activities and contests, including candle making, tie dye, pumpkin painting, a watermelon eating contest, foot race and, of course, the Grand Slam Hoedown Jam!! Be sure to wear your "country finest" because we will vote to see whose outfit really captures the spirit of the hoedown! So drop your books, workload and stress, and come be with family and friends in God's incredible creation at Camp Shehaqua.

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The Intentional community workshop is a special track for people interested in learning about intentional communities. It will be held as part of the Weekend 1.5 program, on July 26 - 28.

Friday July 26

6 pm Dinner

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Family Camp Week 1: July 21 – 26
Director: Sunkwon Bush, Advisor: Gregg Noll
Education Directors: Dorit Smith & In Sook Spacek

Family Camp Weekend 1.5: July 26 – 28
Director: Danso & Lara Sawamukai, Advisor: Mike Stewart
Education Directors: Lara Sawamukai

Family Camp Week 2: July 29 – Aug 3 (Young Family Week)
Director: Christoph Yasutake & Bruce Bonini
Education Directors: Lena Yasutake, & Bruce Bonini, Advisor: Betsy Bonini

Family Camp Week 3: August 5 – 10
Director: Leighton DeGoede, Advisor: Rob Sayre
Education. Director: Sally Sayre & Claire Hinkle, Advisor: Crescentia DeGoede

The ideal candidate loves Camp Shehaqua, wants to help others have a great experience at Family Camp, is skilled at having fun, enjoys taking care of others, shows up on time to all presentations and activities, listens attentively to presenters, is comfortable speaking in small group settings, and is 16 years or older. No prior leadership experience at Shehaqua programs or other programs is required as training will be provided through the Leadership Retreat. If you’ve been a group leader at a Shehaqua Family program in the past, we would love to have you back! All those who qualify to be a group leader or assistant at Family Camp will have the opportunity to attend this year’s Leadership Retreat at no cost to you right before the start of the 1st week of camp, Fri. July 19th - Sun. July 21st.

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