NFNC Summer Camps 2016

Embark on a Journey of Self-Discovery, Transparency, and Communion with Nature

Once again there are three Network for a New Culture Summer Camps! One in Southern Washington, one on the East Coast near Washington, D.C., and one in Southern Oregon, near Ashland.

NFNC camps provide extended experiences in building a sustainable, violence-free culture through exploring intimacy, personal growth, transparency, radical honesty, equality, compassion, sexual freedom, and the power of community.

What people say about camp (VIDEO)
Camper's Page, comments from previous attendees


 

Summer Camp - Cascadia

June 25 - July 4, 2016   ~   90 miles NE of Portland,Oregon

Come help us create new culture moment by moment.  Join us for 10 days of knowing our deepest selves, sharing our truth, walking together, ZEGG forums, intentional touch and heart-centered living, all evolving around a theme of creating interdependence and an environmentally sustainable culture. SCC will feature projects working with the land and two evening programming tracks, with one focusing on celebrating touch and sexuality. SCC is open to adults only, those 16 and 17 may apply.

Summer Camp~Cascadia is held at Windward Intentional Community in Wahkiacus, Washington, approximately 90 miles from Portland, OR and features a full camp experience while taking only one week off work.

More Info here


 

Summer Camp East

July 8-17, 2016   ~   Near Washington, D.C.

Summer Camp East features a wide array of experiential workshops on personal growth, social change, relationship skills, and community building. We camp in a spectacular wooded setting with a sparkling stream running through it, about 70 miles west of Winchester, VA; the site is approximately two and a half hours drive from the Washington, DC metro area. Camp schedule is arranged so that participants can have a full camp experience and yet take off only one week from work.

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Summer Camp West

July 22 - August 7, 2016  ~   Near Grants Pass, Oregon

Come! Join us for 8 or 16 days of connection and community building while camping in a beautiful wooded setting in Southern Oregon. Summer Camp features a wide array of experiential workshops that facilitate self discovery, deep personal transformation, emotional transparency, honest communication, and greater intimacy in our lives. The schedule is arranged so that most participants can have a full camp experience and yet take off only one week from work.

2016 Camp registration opens Friday April 15 and closes Wednesday May 4.

The cost for camp is sliding scale $600-$2000.  This includes all meals, events, and camping fees.

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Info from last year's camp here


Gender Camp

August 9-15, 2016  ~   Near Grants Pass, Oregon

Are you ready to immerse yourself in a journey of personal and community experimentation, empowerment, and discovery? Let’s eat, sleep, fart, fuck, laugh, cry, work, play, poop, and be transformed together. We will be deconstructing what holds us back, and create a new culture from a place of possibility.

Our theme this year is “Gender Evolution.” As co-authors we will come together (hehehe) collaborating on a contemporary gender narrative.

What will we explore? Intimacy, personal growth, transparency, radical honesty, equality, personal responsibility, social responsibility, compassion, sexual freedom, and the power of community!
How will we explore it? Through intentionally structured (and unstructured) activities including: theatre games, community forums, grief rituals, a sexual temple, ecstatic dance, song circles, a cabaret show, and more. Add NFNC Gender Camp to your calendar Aug 9-15th! Let’s have some fun and take this to the next level.

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Liebeskunst Festival

August 11-21, 2016  ~   Berlin, Germany

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Mission Statement

Summer Camp is co-creating the transformation of our culture into Universal Love in the deepest sense. By Universal Love we mean deep intimacy, transparency, honesty, spirituality, genuine equality, compassion, and sexual freedom, all through the context of community.