Women’s Weekend

Elevated Camping with Purpose

YWCA Vermont Women's Weekend is 'elevated' camping with purpose, a perfect setting for a weekend away, finding the time to disconnect to reconnect. Nurturing and nourishing the mind, body and spirit, with the mission of YWCA Vermont at its foundation. Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women.

Any time women come together with collective intention, magic happens. So much magic happens our Women's Weekend at Camp Hochelaga. It’s hard to describe, but the Camp Hochelaga environment is the perfect back drop to make the program and connections thrive. Healthy meals and conversations abound at the dining table, small group workshops, larger all group programming and traditional camp activities all fill the time during the weekend.

 

3 Attendance Options: Join Us in a Way that Works for You

Extended Weekend Stay

Friday, September 6th - Sunday, September 8th

(Stay tuned for price breakdown)

Check in Friday, September 6th at 10am, check out Sunday, September 8th at 4pm. Registration fee includes lodging, delicious meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, keynote speaking engagement, and most activities and workshops offered.

Full Weekend Stay

Saturday, September 7th - Sunday, September 8th

(Stay tuned for price breakdown)

Check in Saturday, September 7th at 8am, check out Sunday, September 8th at 4pm. Registration fee includes lodging, delicious meals, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages, keynote speaking engagement and most activities and workshops offered.

Day Stay

Saturday, September 7th

(Stay tuned for price breakdown)

Come for a full day on Saturday, September 7th, check in at 8am, check out at 5pm. Registration fee includes breakfast, morning workshops, lunch, keynote speaking engagement, and an afternoon full of camp activities offered.

Stay tuned for details regarding the programs offered for Women's Weekend 2019!

 

We were thrilled to welcome the creators of Screwnomics to Women’s Weekend 2018!

Journalist and educator Rickey Gard Diamond will be our keynote speaker and explain why laughter and women’s personal stories are keys for demystifying economic language and ideasBringing with her a wealth of knowledge and her newly released book Screwnomics,

 

 

Rickey sets the tone and intention for challenging gender bias and male-dominated institutions with information, questions, conversation, and courageous passion. She and cartoonist Peaco Todd will present a workshop on the care and feeding of important collaborations and side-hustles like theirs, keeping them energizing and inspiring.