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Ground. Connect. Grow: An Urban Adamah Young Adult Weekend Immersion

Friday | December 07, 2018 | 5:30 pm — Sunday | December 09, 2018 | 1:30 pm

Urban Adamah is offering its first ever weekend immersion at our new retreat center! We invite you to the farm to unplug, slow down, dig deep, and experience connection — to yourself, to one another, and to the earth.

This retreat is for you if you: want to spend a weekend outside farming, dancing, singing, and learning; are new to the Bay Area and want to build community; or are interested in Urban Adamah’s work and want to get involved in a deeper, more meaningful way.

What to look forward to: Kabbalat Shabbat and Havdalah, work parties on the farm, morning meditation and movement, nature-based artistic exploration, and a Hannukah farm party!

The retreat fee is $60 per person for the weekend, which includes housing and all meals. A $50 non-residential option is also available. Meals will be catered and vegetarian with gluten free and vegan options. This event is co-sponsored and subsidized by Moishe House and Retreatology.

The retreat is only open to all adults ages 21 – 35.

Please note: There will be musical instruments and farm work on Shabbat.

Accommodations: Guests will sleep in rooms with 4 beds per room and shared bathrooms. Single rooms with queen beds are available for couples for an additional fee of $75. Please email Ari at Ari@urbandamah.org if you’d like to book a single room.

Accessibility: This program takes place on an active farm with uneven ground. Please tell us about any accessibility issues or concerns you might have.

Please contact ari@urbanadamah.org for more details. See you on the farm soon!

Urban Adamah is a Jewish community farm and education center that seeks to build a more loving, just, and sustainable world. We ground and connect people — to themselves, to others, to spirit, and to nature. We do this by providing farm-based experiences that integrate Jewish tradition, mindfulness, sustainable agriculture, and social action.

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Cost: $50 - $60
Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information.

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