A Summer Camp for Adults
Welcome old and new friends!
Purpose: To provide a weeklong fun-filled summer adventure for adults with opportunities to form new and lasting friendships and to provide an environment which encourages personal growth, creativity and spiritual enrichment. Please read more about a week like no other and how we create a special community.
Eligibility: Any adult 21 or over. Our community is comprised of singles and couples. While we are affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist religion, a camper need not be a UU member to attend but should agree with our 7 principles. Saug-for-All is a member of the Council of Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences.
Where: In 2016 we'll be going to Dekoven Center in Racine, WI with beautiful comfortable rooms, parklike grounds and right on Lake Michigan. After our time in Dekoven we'll hopefully be ready to decide our permanent location (or locations).
Rooms: Beautiful peaceful rooms, each similare, but unique, in pastel colors and labeled with inspiring attributes like 'enlightenment', 'love', 'patience' and 'creativity'. Taylor hall is located in the back of the property next to a small woods and facing a parklike quad with mature trees and a labrynth.
Each room will generally house 2 people, sometimes a few more if all are singles. Some have room to double up the beds. Sheets and towels are provided (unless you double up your bed, so you'll need larger top covers). Each room has unique comfortable furniture, high ceilings with ceiling fans and at least one window. There are a few bedrooms with air conditioning. Bathrooms are located on each floor, some single baths, some shared.
Cost: The camp week will cost about $570. This includes housing, meals, snacks, workshops and entertainment. Extra fees may be charged for special room features or for some workshop materials. A $155 deposit will be due with your registration, the balance will be due by May 15. A $25 processing fee will be charged for cancellations.
5 - 12 campers per group with a variety of topics/themes from which to choose. There is a mix of personal growth, discussion, creative, outdoors, & activity groups. Each camper will choose one group to be in for the entire week.
A variety of recreational and craft activities as well as 1-day workshops that reflect camper interests and talents will be offered. Some of the following may be included:
Crafts: Tie-dying, jewelry making and more
Music jams and singing
lawn games, volleyball
Games: Bridge, Wizard, party games, board games
In addition to our normal evening shows on Monday and Thursday, we have many opportunities to share your talents. Check out the performance overview for all the options.
Vesper services, block party, community gatherings, campfires, dancing, coffeehouse, talent show, and goddess exchange (clothing swap) will all be offered.
History: Saug-for-All was founded in 1999 by Joan and Jon Lager. Jon
and Joan had both attended AMUUSE
singles camps and wanted to continue their wonderful camp experience by
creating a camp for all adults whether single or married. Sadly, Jon passed away in the spring of 2002
but Jonís values, spirit and love live on in our camp community. For more information contact camp orchestrator: Heather Monson
History: Saug-for-All was founded in 1999 by Joan and Jon Lager. Jon and Joan had both attended AMUUSE singles camps and wanted to continue their wonderful camp experience by creating a camp for all adults whether single or married. Sadly, Jon passed away in the spring of 2002 but Jonís values, spirit and love live on in our camp community.
For more information contact camp orchestrator: Heather Monson