Daily Schedule

From the farm to the forest, from the bakery to the river, explore a day in the life at Eden Village.

8:00am

Modeh Ani (Morning Gratitude)

Start the day with intention and gratitude. Choose a morning practice option that suits you each day. Rotating offerings include song session, dream sharing, spirited morning shacharit (prayer), waking up the animals, body movement, morning river mikveh and more.

8:30am

Breakfast

Nourishment and delight for each person.

9:30am

Village time

Core program options. Choose Farm Village, Forest Village, Homestead Village, or Culinary Arts and dive into a project there!

12:30pm

Lunch

It’s so yummy, and spirits are so high, that the post-meal blessing sometimes becomes a live-music dance party.

1:30pm

Menucha (Rest Time)

Quiet time to nap, write letters, read, recharge.

2:30pm

Chugim (Electives)

From the farm to the forest, from the bakery to the river, explore a day in the life at Eden Village.

3:30pm

Snack + Shmooze

The daily free-choice festival! Swim, go tubing or boating, play music, practice circus arts, play soccer or frisbee, make tea in the apothecary, relax in the art room… it’s up to you!

5:30pm

Shower Time

Every day, every body.

6:30pm

Dinner

Our dinner feasts often include treats that the campers made throughout the day.

7:30pm

Evening Activities

From the silly to the sublime, from small-group campfires to all-camp games, something new each evening.

8:30pm to 10:00pm

Laila Tov (Goodnight)

Staggered by age groups. An important time for bunk groups to reflect on the day’s joys and challenges, care for themselves and each other, and ease into well-earned sleep with their unique bedtime rituals.

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Dear Friend,

It’s become clear that now, more than ever, our campers need the love and community of Eden Village Camp. That’s why we are committed to opening camp for Summer 2021, with whatever precautions are required to ensure the safety of all our children and staff.

The degree to which camp is a precious and powerful gift to our children is increasingly apparent every day – a Jewish community rooted in kindness, nature connection, and creative living where our children can be the most vibrant and thriving versions of themselves

I don’t know all the details of what camp will look like next summer or how COVID-19 will impact our community, but the safety of your children is the most important thing. There are still many details we are working out for the summer and we will keep you informed every step of the way.

I’m so grateful to be in partnership with you as we re-build Eden for 2021!

With care,

Casey

Camp Director