Tayalim Campout Shabbaton
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CABIN RESERVATIONS: DEADLINE = APRIL 10
TENT CAMPING RESERVATION: DEADLINE = MAY 5
Shabbat is all about relaxing. Nature is a great place to relax. So, what could be better than spending Shabbat in nature with a great group of families?
Join us for nature play, songs, exploring, Havdallah with s'mores, and just relaxing! The kids can play, the adults can hang out, and everyone will get to enjoy the peacefulness of Shabbat and nature. You know you could use the break!
Saturday, June 11, 3pm - Sunday June 12, 12pm
Camp Reinberg, 1801 N Quentin Rd, Palatine, IL 60074
***IMPORTANT - YOUR REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED***
The event is FREE, but we require a refundable deposit of $30 per family, to hold your place, so that we know how many campsites to book (the deposit will be refunded upon arrival.)
After you register here, you will be sent information about how to pay your refundable deposit.
***Registration is first-come, first-served based on payment date. ***
Standard registration ($30 refundable deposit) includes: space for your tent, all meals, all activities, for the whole family!
Tent camping: FREE Standard registration includes space for your tent. You provide the tent and all your gear. Shared bathroom/shower facility.
Small cabin: $50 fee plus $100 refundable security deposit. Sleeps 8, in bunk beds. Shared bathroom/shower facility.
Large cabin: $100 fee plus $100 refundable security deposit. Sleeps 10, in 2 bedrooms. Heat/AC. Private bathroom/shower in cabin.
Families may elect to share cabins if they wish. The fee is per cabin.
For details on the location and lodging: https://fpdcc.com/places/locations/camp-reinberg/
This program is aimed at children in grades K-5 and their caregivers and families, but everyone is welcome!
Whole-group portions of this event will be all outdoors. We have reserved a section of the campsite for our group. Families will have the option to stay in individual cabins or in tents. There will be shared indoor bathroom/shower facilities.
Masks are required for all attendees age 2 and over, regardless of vaccination status, when the group is together. Social distancing is expected.
This program will occur rain or shine. In the event of severe weather, we will email you with updates.
*Tayalim, Hebrew for trekkers, is Hakafa’s new, outdoor, experiential program for member and non-member families with children primarily in grades K-5. It is designed to introduce families to the relationship between Judaism, Torah, and nature in unique and fun ways.
HAKAFA means "encirclement." We are a congregation of people who choose to have no building, no board of directors, and no fund-raising. Our CIRCLE has been growing for nearly 40 years. But as we grow, our intimate, caring, and welcoming atmosphere remains.www.hakafa.org
If you have any questions, please contact Hakafa member, Rae Goodman-Lucker (email@example.com