One Sunday a Month, November 2023 – February 2024 (1:00 pm – 5:00 pm)
Where Kids can be Kids, Have Fun, and Learn—OUTSIDE!
During this monthly experience, we will awaken our senses in the outdoors, learn about nature, and connect to our roots through storytelling, food, fire, music and ancient sacred skills. Our passionate, fun-loving, experienced outdoor educators guide participants through hands-on activities. Each month, we focus on a seasonal wilderness or farm skill that builds personal and collective growth, self-awareness and self-confidence, interconnectedness and responsibility.
Like a healthy fire, Fire Circle is the warm up to our Rite of Passage program. We integrate the rhythms of Jewish life and the Hebrew calendar with the cycles of nature and human development. The Rite of Passage program will focus on the internal aspects of becoming b’nai mitzvot and can serve as concurrent to a traditional B’nai Mitzvah or a stand-alone experience. It will center on practices and experiences that connect all participants more deeply to themselves, Jewish identity and the human and wild ecosystems in which they live.
Sundays, once a month from November – March. 1pm – 5pm (to coincide with let out time from Hebrew school)
Depending on participant numbers we have 2 groups, one for Ages 8-10, and one for Ages 11-14
Costs: 2022-2023 costs were $200 per student for the complete course. 2023-2024 costs will be announced this summer.
Our 100% outdoor, COVID-safe program, will follow guidelines from the local health department, CDC and the Maryland Dept of Health; as always, the health and safety of our participants and families remains our top priority! There is a Pre-screening of all staff and participants upon arrival. We recommend that parents and legal guardians of high-risk students consult with their child’s medical provider to assess their risk and determine if attendance is acceptable. Please note that no sick participant or staff member may attend our programs.
Questions? Contact Mira Menyuk at email@example.com