Winter 2013 Retreat: Steps 7, 8 &9
MARCH 29th, 30th and 30st
The retreat is currently sold out,
but if you would like to be on the waiting list...
Please download the Registration form above for details and to sign up
The retreat is 2 nights, 3 days - it starts with a Friday dinner/meeting and ends with Sunday lunch and a Gratitude Meeting.
There are recovery workshops, meetings, a traditional Saturday night creativity hour and game of Charades, plus plenty of quiet time to spend with yourself or friends as you please.
The Incarnation Center is a beautiful quiet retreat facility off in the woods near Ivoryton, CT. It has a petting zoo nearby with lots of cool farm animals (llamas, alpacas, etc.). There are roaring stone fireplaces during the winter and a beautiful lake just down the hill with hiking trails surrounding it. During the summer one can swim in the lake with all sorts of activities.
By all reports the food is great, with all your meals provided for, including vegetarian options.
All persons have their own private room. Most have shared bathrooms (recently renovated and very nice, with private stalls for showers and toilets), although a few (usually reserved for the women) have private bathrooms. All the rooms are nice and all are assigned randomly. Please no requests!
There is imited space, so send in your registration quickly. The retreat sells out fast, and a waiting list is then created.
For transporation information please check the registration form. Some people drive up themselves or come up in a carpool, however most people ride up as a group from Grand Central on the Metro North train (New Haven stop on the New Haven line). This train ticket is not included in your retreat cost. It's currently $29.50 round trip, price subject to change of course. Please see the registration form for details.
The retreats are always reasonably priced, subsidized by SCA NY fundraisers, a scholarship fund, and generous donations from SCA NY members who can afford to help others. Thank you for your contributions!
Photos from the summer retreat
Photos from the winter retreat