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Week 1:
Sunday, July 19 – Friday, July 24
Director: Sunkwon Bush

Enjoy Week 1 with presentations, sports, crafts, music and plenty of free time to hang out together.

Weekend 1.5:
Friday, July 24 – Sunday, July 26
Codirectors: Yuri Palhof & TBD

If your schedule doesn't allow for a whole week of family camp, or if you are not sure that you want to commit for a whole week, then Weekend 1.5 is for you. Get a taste of the magic of Shehaqua during a weekend and come back for a whole week next year.

Week 2:
Monday, July 27 – Saturday, August 1
Codirectors: Claude Aubert & Michael Stewart
Coeducation directors: Liz Bonini Stewart & TBD

Week 2 welcomes families young and old. Bring your 3-generation family to Shehaqua for a family reunion! Last year we had four grandparents with their grandkids at Week 2! And bring along your friends; everyone is welcome.

Week 3:
Monday, August 3 – Saturday, August 8
Codirectors: Chris Bush & Bruce Clarke

Join us during Week 3 of Family Camp for a special program during our adult discussion time. We will be exploring the Three Blessings:

  • First Blessing: Learn about Tai-Chi and Qi-Gong, which integrate movement, breathing and posture to maintain your health and help you work on the unity between your spirit, mind and body or actions. We will also be studying the Book of Genesis and the Divine Principle.
  • Second Blessing: Explore healthy relationships and what we need to do to build and maintain them.
  • Third Blessing: Explore and learn about stewardship of the environment, plus tips on retirement, earning more and being financially successful. We will also be sharing tips on healthy eating and living.

The adult discussions occur in the mornings and afternoons, so you and your kids can still participate in all the fun activities at Camp. The discussions will be interactive, with lots of time for sharing and questions. We will be inviting guest speakers, so don't miss out on this.

Exciting youth program in the planning stages...stay tuned. If you have come to Camp in the past, but your kids are grown, consider having a family reunion at Shehaqua.