Women's Weekend 2019 Planning is Underway!
YWCA Vermont is proud to provide a long weekend program (Friday to Sunday) completely dedicated to bringing together a strong community of women and non-binary people. Hosted at Camp Hochelaga in early September, Women's Weekend offers a beautiful space for folks to explore nature, be challenged, practice self-care, and create a supportive network with peers.
Any time women come together with collective intention, magic happens. So much magic happens during YWCA Vermont 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.
Join Us in a Way that Works for You
Extended Weekend Stay (3 Days)
Friday, September 6th - Sunday, September 8th
Tier A: $250 Tier B: $290 Tier C: $340
Check in Friday, September 6th at 10am, check out Sunday, September 8th at 3pm. Registration fee includes lodging, delicious meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and participation in activities and workshops offered.
Concentrated Weekend Stay (2 Day)
Saturday, September 7th - Sunday, September 8th
Tier A: $175 Tier B: $210 Tier C: $245
Check in Saturday, September 7th at 8am, check out Sunday, September 8th at 3pm. Registration fee includes lodging, delicious meals, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and participation in activities and workshops offered.
Our tiered pricing system is intended to represent the true costs related to the experience and allow individuals to select the level of payment most appropriate for their financial circumstances. You may freely choose to pay at the Tier A, Tier B, or Tier C level knowing everyone will receive the same experience regardless of the tier chosen.
Cabins: sleep 6-8 people, you can request a cabin mate(s) during the registration process, and if you are a single participant you will be grouped with other participants at random (typically no more than 4 per cabin). Each cabin bunk comes with a twin size mattress (you are asked to bring your own linens, a packing list will be emailed to a few weeks before check in). Each cabin has screened windows and doors.
Canvas Platform Tents: sleeps 2-3 people comfortably with cots and mattresses offered. No screens, but you can bring bug netting if you'd like. There is also lots of green space available if you would prefer to pitch your own tent!
Our kitchen team works hard to give our participants a variety and take extraordinary care in accommodating for dietary restrictions. We are proud to serve nutritious and delicious meals made fresh in our own kitchen, locally grown, and served to make you feel at home at Camp Hochelaga.
If you have any food allergies or dietary needs, please list them in your online registration or contact our office directly to discuss an individual food plan.
Stay tuned for details regarding the workshops and activities available for 2019!