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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 Farm | 1151 Sixth St, Berkeley, CA 94710
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 firstname.lastname@example.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.Visit Event Website >>