Five morning parents participate in a Parenting course. More information will be provided at a later time.
In order for parents to be able to participate in the Parenting course in the morning, children will be divided into age groups. Babies will be cared for by experienced and loving adults while toddlers and older children will be cared by young and energetic counselors.
In the afternoon, parents join their children and other families relaxing by the pool, hiking, biking, riding horseback, rafting, fishing, or perhaps a nap! (Some of these activities will require an extra cost). Babysitting will also be provided in the afternoons for families with babies and toddlers. Evenings include both activities for families and events for adults: music and, why not, dance…conversations under the stars, movie forums, skits and games.
All three meals are catered every day, so relax — it’s a real vacation!
No activities are mandatory and families can skip some of them to do things of their choice. However, our intent is to have families with parents that will value and seek the Family Enrichment program and other group activities.
A priest will accompany us all week. We will set up a Chapel and Mass will be celebrated daily for anyone wishing to attend.
Heard on the street:
A typical day at Family Summer
"The structure of the schedule was great - putting all of the cases and talks first thing in the morning allowed us to take advantage of our most naturally focused part of the day." Michelle, New York
|8-9:30||Breakfast at the hotel restaurant|
|10-12:30pm||Family Enrichment Course||Counselor guided fun and nature|
|1:00 pm||Lunch at hotel restaurant|
|3:00-6:30pm||The great outdoors: Hiking, mountain biking, fishing, rafting, canoeing, horseback riding, and much more. (Counselors lead activities for children that can’t join the rest of the family in a certain activity)|
|6:30pm||Dinner at hotel restaurant|
|9:00pm||Music, conversation, games, movies, skits…|