Women’s Wellness Weekend Virtual Programs

Join us for our FREE virtual programs this week, starting Wednesday, August 26 through Saturday, August 29. You can learn more on the link below, and sign-up to receive the Zoom links for each event.

Learn more and sign-up for the 2020 virtual programs

We have many of our favorite WWW instructors including:

  • Becky Jaffe giving a talk and leading artmaking workshops.
  • Laura Zovickian leading a dry-land workout.
  • Dorothy Sturtevant leading a yoga class.
  • John Thiel hosting a wine tasting and mixer.
  • Jon Spevack and Emily Bollinger of Peet’s leading a coffee tasting.
  • Nancy Hall provides a tutorial on knitting and crocheting.

Reconnect to what really matters. Join us for an extremely uplifting session that promises a connection of body and spirit in our glorious forest setting. Stay three or four nights and enjoy our special blend of remarkable activities and endless Lair sisterhood.

It’s a perfect vacation for mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends. Bring friends or come solo, as you’ll quickly meet other fantastic people in this welcoming environment.

August 26–30, 2020

Camp Blue
$559 per person for 4 nights, with 3 night option for $458

 

Program

Lodging, instruction, and a fantastic gourmet menu, along with daily program offerings, including:

  • Yoga, Pilates, and meditation classes
  • Hiking, archery, and kayaking
  • Water aerobics and professional swim instruction
  • Photography workshops - bring your camera
  • Chorale and sing-alongs
  • Horseback riding (additional cost)
  • Art class, crochet, and tie-dye
  • Skin care and essential oils classes
  • Book Club and Book Exchange - bring your gently used books to trade
  • Guest Speaker Ronit Matabuena-Lev
  • Massage (additional cost)
  • Stand-up paddle boarding (additional cost)*
  • Hot tubbing and lounging at the pool
  • Nightly mixers, sing-alongs, and evening entertainment

2019 Schedule - subject to change

Note that this schedule is not final; you’ll receive a final schedule when you arrive at camp

In addition to reviewing our summer’s What to Bring list, please also remember to bring:

  • Your camera - either DSLR, point and shoot or mobile phone
  • Your best 70’s costume or any silly clothes for Disco Bingo
  • Gently read books you wish to trade for new-to-you books
  • Crochet hook, knitting needs and yarn if interested in crochet and knitting classes

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