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JeWitch Camp | Cazadero, CA

October 10 - October 14


Join Starhawk and friends for a wonderful DIT (DO IT TOGETHER) gathering in the woods celebrating Shabbat and JeWitchiness. There will be paths (afternoon intensive classes Wednesday – Friday) exploring different topics including Creating Magical Shabbat Rituals. We’ll be doing Shabbat and Havdalah related rituals and activities from Friday night through Saturday night with a closing ritual on Sunday. There will be yummy food with vegetarian, vegan, dairy free, and gluten free options as well as other food restrictions arranged for in advance. Camp is wheelchair accessible!

Our community is richly diverse with people of all gender identities, sexual orientations, class, ability, as well as religious, racial and cultural backgrounds warmly included. For the last 2 years we’ve included a small group of kids and look forward to welcoming kids and their adults in 2018 too. We haven’t had specific kid oriented activities in the past, but have successfully and respectfully woven them into all aspects of camp with plenty of time for them to explore and play on the land. We may have a more organized kids track this year, especially if there is interest in co-creating this with leadership emerging from the community.

If you want to join in the planning process, reach out to us at stewards@JeWitchCamp.org to discuss how you might get involved.

In the mean time, help keep camp camp affordable for all by checking out JeWitch Camp’s Traveler’s Prayer fundraiser and buying the beautiful amulets, luggage tags, and key chains that are available in JeWitchy, Jewish, Pagan, and secular versions. They make great gifts for yourself, friends, or family and proceeds go to our camp financial aid fund.

A limited number of $395 early bird reduced price tickets are available. Click HERE  for all the details and to register.

Facebook event invite is HERE


October 10
October 14
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Jewitch Collective


Camp Cazadero
Cazadero, CA United States + Google Map

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