Live the Dream
Shehaqua Family Winter Retreat: Camp Innabah
December 29, 2011 - January 1, 2012
The 2011 - 2012 Shehaqua Winter Retreat will be held at Camp Innabah. Join us for 4 days packed with joy. Lead by Oliver Noll, with Mike Diamond and Teo Wilkening, get ready for a fresh start to the new year and live the dreams you wished you could.
This year we will be introducing a special health retreat to revitalize our physical bodies as well as our spiritual well being so we can better "Live the Dream." At this year's retreat we will be offering a series of presentations, small group discussions, movies, activities and healthy food demonstrations that will assist us into greater alignment with our true original nature. We will examine self-healing knowledge that can empower us to live life more fully. Material on healthy/natural nutrition, exercise and stress reduction as well as mental/spiritual well-being through self-realization, affirmations, releasing blocked energies and recreating new thought patterns that better serve us and our families will be the focus. All of this in conjunction with the phenomenal spiritual atmosphere of the winter retreat promises to make this a special experience of renewal for you and your family. So come with your whole family and enjoy this grand end of the year celebration at Shehaqua Winter Retreat. January 1 will be a day-long celebration of fellowship, music, sports and great food.
As usual, if you only want to join us on Jan. 1 for the New Year's celebration, you're more than welcome. Suggested donation is $10 per person or $40 per family. There will be a potluck lunch.
Warning: Beds will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis. There are only 150 beds at Innabah. We may have some room for overflow; if you are overflow, you will be asked to bring a sleeping mat.
People going to the CARP Winter Ball on the evening of the 30th will be given time to leave. Tickets to the Winter Ball are not handled by Shehaqua Family, and the below prices do not include any Winter Ball arrangements. You are responsible for finding your own transportation.
What to Bring
This is, of course, not an exhaustive list, only the commonly forgotten items.
- Layered outdoor clothing, including a warm jacket. There are several walking trails and there will be outdoor activities.
- Sleeping bag or blankets
- Towel, shampoo and soap for showers
- Gym clothes for the indoor gym
- Notebooks and pens
Children 12 and under are $10 off. Fees must be paid in full before the deadline to keep the price.
|Attendees||Children 12 and under|
|Now — Dec. 11||$100||$90|
|Dec. 12 — Dec. 27||$120||$110|
|After Dec. 27 and Walk-in||$140||
If you come only at dinner on the 31st and stay until New Year's day, the fee is $40 if you pay before Dec. 12 and $50 after. There is otherwise no discount for coming only part of the time.
"Adoptions" are required for any child 14 and under which are coming without a parent. There is no additional fee for an adoption.
A limited amount of financial aid is available to families who are unable to pay this amount.
Camp Innabah is located about 40 miles Northwest of Philadelphia. Directions to Camp Innabah.