**Family Camp 2020 Cancelled**
Mosh wraps up the camp season each year by bringing together the whole community! We welcome new and prospective families, current camper families, Mosh alumni, friends, and anyone who wants to join in the fun. During this weekend Shabbaton, there is fun and relaxation for the whole family. From Shabbat celebrations, to time in the pool, to arts & crafts, to a "kumzitz" singalong on Saturday night, we have a blast all weekend long.
Who is invited?
All families are welcome!
Family camp is for families with children of any age. Mosh is inclusive and welcoming to interfaith, LGBTQI, multi-racial and non-traditional kids and families.
During the kids-only blocks, programming is provided for children aged 4 and older, and parents of younger kids are responsible for their supervision.
What do we do all weekend?
Mosh staff provide creative, inspiring, and FUN programming for the whole family!
Family Camp starts off by welcoming Shabbat with songs and prayers. After a festive dinner, we do Israeli folk-dances.
Shabbat morning is filled with reflective, spiritual and fun activities for parents and kids.
Families will be able to choose from a variety of activities Saturday afternoon ranging from arts and crafts activities to a nature hike or a dip in the pool.
We end Shabbat with Havdallah under the stars and singing folk songs around the camp fire.
What are the accomodations?
There are several options available! Families bring their own linens, towels and sleeping bags.
Restrooms with showers are located in close proximity to the cabins.
1. Shared cabins with twin size single and bunk beds.
2. Single cabins may be available depending on registration numbers.
3. Tent camping - pitch your own tent!
Family Camp 2019
Contact us with any questions!