Experience some of the magic of our first Fall Camp by watching this video. Fall Camp is more than just a place to dance and learn new dances. It's a place where you can be yourself, relax and be happy. There are many other optional activities you can participate in such as a poetry workshop, crafts, puzzles, board games, and scenic walks. Spend time with some very nice people. We hope you will attend our second camp December 4-6. Additional information will be posted here around mid-March.
Great dance parties! Plus teaching of our favorite Stockton 2019 dances. Spend time with old friends and make new ones in a beautiful setting.
Erica Goldman teaches Israeli dances and brings her new family.
Caspar Bik will teach international dances, mostly dances from different countries around the Black Sea.
For $225 (triple occupancy), $325 (double occupancy) or $440 (single occupancy) you get a motel style room, heating and air conditioning, and private bath. We sold out in September.
The weekend includes two nights lodging, five meals, a wood dance floor, two master teachers, leisure dancing, dance parties, teaching of some Stockton favorites. Other optional activities include a poetry workshop, crafts, a morning hike, highlights of the night sky, and the opportunity to participate in a "potluck band," either by singing or playing an instrument and more.
The review session follows Sunday breakfast. The optional Sunday lunch is $15.
You can check in as early as 1 pm Friday, November 15.
For more information send an email to Dance@FallCamp.org.
About 40 miles northwest of Los Angeles, near Simi Valley, Brandeis-Bardin is a lovely and comfortable place to spend a weekend dancing with friends. The beautifully landscaped grounds have many mature trees and offer breathtaking views of the Santa Susana Mountains. (Scroll down for some pictures.)
The camp's address is 1101 Peppertree Lane, Brandeis, CA 93064.
Fall Camp is at the Brandeis-Bardin Campus of the American Jewish University, just south of the 118 Freeway. The exit is Tapo Canyon Road, which leads directly to the camp. Fly into Burbank or LAX.
There is no need to bring towels or bedding. You should bring your own shampoo and toiletries, however. The rooms have heating and air conditioning, WiFi, and private baths.
Bring a layer of warm clothes because it may get chilly in the mornings and evenings.
For over 30 years the Barrs and their helpers worked tirelessly to provide a wonderful folk dance camp every fall at Camp Hess Kramer.
This camp is supported by the Folk Dance Federation of California, South, Inc.
The Fall Camp organizers are: Marc Rayman, Marcella Lawson, Gerda Benzeev, Sandy Helperin, Pauline Klak, and Jan Rayman.
Helping with the camp are: Valerie Daley, Mindy Belli, Camille Dull, Susan Gregory, Terry Gucwa, Leslie Halberg, Sandy Levy, Therese Mahoney, Kelley O'Neill, Lee Otterholt, Robert Samuelson, Amanda Sargenti, and Steve Waller.
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