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Celebrate all things at the intersection of Judaism, food, culture and food memories. We are in the heart of California’s wine country so spend this Shabbat tasting local wines, learn from local chefs with classes and demos and share our own food memories while we also repair the world and do our small part to fight hunger. 

Pre-register today!

Secure you spot at the retreat and let us know you’re coming. Our team will be in touch soon so you can personalize your all-inclusive retreat package and finalize payment. 

Shannon Sarna, author of Modern Jewish Baker and Modern Jewish Comfort Food is founding editor of The Nosher, the widest-reaching website dedicated to Jewish food, which is part of the 70 Faces Media group. Shannon grew up in upstate New York immersed in performance and music as well as surrounded by diverse culinary experiences: Her Sicilian American mother loved to bake, her Ashkenazi Jewish father loved to experiment, and her grandfather was a food chemist who patented Tang, among other products.

Sessions: Babka class, Tasting Food Memories

 

Weekend, all-inclusive packages start at $675 per person based on your choice of accommodations and includes access to all retreat activities, workshops and experiences, lodging, linens, sumptuous meals and all wine and non-alcoholic beverages.

Lodge with a small group of friends in our state-of-the art cabins with en suite bathrooms sleep up to 4 and are the perfect option for a campier type of weekend ($725 per person). We also offer both single- and double-occupancy options for a more private, hotel-style stay in our brand-new Lodge ($825 – $1,175 per person) or our Camp Motel ($675-$925 per person).

The Lodge Accommodations
$825 per person – Double-Occupancy
$1175 per person – Private Room

The Lodge is a brand new upscale, hotel-style building with 28-double occupancy rooms. Centrally located at the heart of camp, steps from the Dining Hall and all that main camp has to offer. View The Lodge Room Map >

Each room has:

    • 2 queen beds & a private bathroom
    • Mini fridge, microwave & Keurig coffee maker
    • small outdoor seating area with rocking chairs
    • Several single ADA accessible rooms available

Cabin Accommodations
$725 per person – up to 4 people

 

We have several cabin villages with a variety of outdoor amenities and a short walk to the heart of camp!

Offers:

  • 1/2-cabins sleep up to 8 people (you will have the opportunity to indicate who you want to live with in the registration process) and are great for groups of friends
  • Each suite includes four sets of bunk beds with one private bathroom with multiple shower stalls
  • All cabins include A/C and heat.
  • Several ADA accessible cabins available.

Camp Motel Accommodations
$675 per person – Double-Occupancy
$925 per person – Private Room

Our Camp Motel is located a short 5 min up-hill walk from the center of camp with a wonderful view overlooking the valley. Golf-cart transportation will be available to and from the Motel throughout the weekend during key transition times.

  • Motel Rooms can sleep up to 4 people (Food & Wine weekend will be only single and double-occupancy) and include twin-sized bunk beds in the 6 upper-level rooms and twin-sized single beds in the lower level rooms
  • Each room includes a private bathroom and shower
  • Balcony with incredible views

FAQs

Can I bring my kids?

Children (ages 4-12) are welcome to join you for a $200 activities fee per child which will include meals and supervised camp-style activities while adults are enjoying retreat experiences.

Child care will be provided during these periods: 9:30am – 12pm; 2:00-5:00pm; 8:00-11pm (after kids are in bed!)

Children under 4 will need to remain with you!

If i'm flying in, what do i need to know?

If you are flying from outside the Bay Area, there are several convenient airports: STS (Santa Rosa – 30 min drive to camp), OAK (Oakland – 90 min drive to camp) and SFO (San Francisco – 90 min drive to camp). Retreat check-in will begin at 3pm on Friday and we anticipate participants arriving between 3-5pm. Our retreat will end around 12pm on Sunday.

What if i don't drink alcohol?

This will be a wonderfully engaging weekend, regardless of whether you chose to partake in wine tasting. There will be plenty of non-alcoholic beverages available for all!