Adult Kallah


Adult Kallah Weekend

Friday, October 26 - Sunday October 28, 2018

A little taste of camp for adults

This weekend retreat for JRC Members allows you to immerse yourself in interesting discussion, learning, Jewish traditions, and, of course, some relaxation with friends. In this year's learning session, we will listen to podcasts and Ted Talks (and the Jewish equivalent, Eli Talks) as a jumping off point for thoughtful discussion.

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Registration Instructions for JRC Members

  • Log in: Simply log in to the member portal with your email (the one you gave JRC has as your contact information) and password

  • What's my password? If you don't remember your password, or you haven't set one up yet, please select "forgot my password" and enter your email address. A link to setup a password will be emailed to you. 

14601017_10211026731643633_8123857705379926977_n.jpgAbout the Retreat

Dates: Friday October 26-Sunday October 28, 2018 
Location: OSRUI, located on scenic Lac La Belle in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Travel: Participants are expected to arrange their own transportation to and from Kallah.
Cost: $250 per-person, double occupancy; $350, single occupancy 
Rooms: Each room includes a private bathroom.
Food: Your registration includes meals (Friday dinner, three meals on Saturday, and Sunday breakfast). 
Clergy-in-Residence: Both Rabbi Rachel Weiss and Cantor Howard Friedland will join us for the weekend! 

Reserve your spot

Space fills up fast! If you attempt to register after space is filled and you don’t get a spot, please contact the JRC office to be added to a priority waiting list in case a spot becomes available.

Got Questions? 

Email JRC's Adult Kallah coordinator, Suzanne Saposnik at [email protected] 

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