Winter Family Camp at UBarU
Dec 31, 2020- Jan 2, 2021
Celebrate the winter holidays with your UU friends, enjoy the cool and darkness of December at camp, and relax from the holiday rush.
Check in on Thursday after 3 p.m but in time for dinner at 6 p.m. Camp will end on Saturday morning about 10:30 a.m. We will offer opportunities to safely celebrate, and be in community together.
Accommodations: Family units/quaran-teams will be sleeping in the new Dwight & Marie Brown Center with 1 family/team per Suite. Families/Teams can choose to stay in a cottage as well. Tent camping (bring your own tent) is also encouraged. Each suite has central heat and air and one common bathroom. Additional bathrooms, sinks, and shower stalls are available in the breezeway for campers and occupants of Suites.
Meals will be provided for folks in the Suites and for campers Thursday dinner through Saturday breakfast. Meals for campers and Suite occupants will be plated and you are asked to physically distance while eating. We ask if you have dietary allergies or preferences on the registration form and do our best to accommodate your needs. For folks staying in cottages, please plan to prepare your own meals and consume them in your cottages.
Cost is $150 for adults & kids 13+, $80 for kids ages 5-12 years and $0 for little ones under 4 years for meals and staying in the Suites. These are the early bird prices until Dec 10. Prices will increase to $175/$85 respectively. If you would like to camp, cost is $120 for 13+ years, $75 for kids 5-12 years until Dec 1 then the adult price increases to $130. For cottages, please plan to prepare your own meals. Cost for staying in cottages is $100/adult and $60/child. Programming is included, but not meals. Ranch house will sleep 6 max in 2 beds and 2 twin bunks. Hermitage can sleep 6 in the bunks and 1-2 on the futon and another 1-2 on the trundle bed. Sojourner sleeps 4 max in the 2 beds there which are in separate bedrooms.
We will have a maximum of 7 families/teams in the 4 Suites and 3 cottages. We can accommodate additional groups who tent camp and we can accommodate 1-2 camper trailers of less than 24'.
In accordance with state, local, and federal public health recommendations, we will implement the following measures for folks on site.
1. We will maintain social distancing in our on-site lodging by stating that we expect those staying in cottages or private rooms to ensure that in each case the occupants are of a single family or those who are otherwise cohabiting with each other.
2. We will use disposable and single-serve items as part of meal service and have diners physically distance during eating including using the outdoor areas.
3. Our staff will wear face masks when preparing and serving meals, and for all other activities dealing with the participants and clean touched surfaces often.
4. We strongly request that participants also wear face masks when interacting with others excepting for their lodging partners and when eating meals.
5. Physical distancing while indoors and outdoors is expected. Washing hands often is encouraged or using hand sanitizer.
Finally, please feel free to contact Robyn Stout email@example.com or 830-460-6002, with any other questions or concerns you may have about the retreat. We are looking forward to spending a relaxing and spiritually rich weekend with you!