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Camp Nai Nai Nai: Jewish Summer Camp for Adults
September 2 – 5, 2016   |   Type: Link

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Shrug off the “shoulds” of your grown up life and come back to a place where what you do for a living doesn’t define who you are, or how you live. A place where you’re never on your own, where play is important and a mid-day nap might just be the best way to spend the afternoon. Come back to the curious and courageous days of childhood. When every day held the mysteries of new friends, fantastic discoveries and audacious adventures. When we played with reckless abandon that left us with skinned knees that were always worth it. Come to Camp Nai Nai Nai, Waynesboro, PA -September 2nd – 5th, 2016, and be a kid again.

Camp Nai Nai Nai is a true summer camp experience. We are talking counselors, Maccabiah (color wars), lanyards, camp fires, big communal meals and even bigger song sessions. With an all-camp talent show, over twenty classic and innovative camp playshops and an all-camp dance, at Camp Nai Nai Nai, we are reliving our best memories and making new ones along the way. Trade in your cell phones and digital devices for a deeper connection and Jewish community. Get ready for four days of pure, unadulterated camp fun. Together we’ll go back and relearn the truths that we left in our childhood.

Just like at camp when we were kids, we’ll show our RUACH as we sing the prayers before and after the meals. While there will be communal activities which may conflict with the Shabbat observances of some, individuals may choose to participate in ways which will not conflict with their personal observances. We will celebrate Shabbat with a Friday night and Saturday morning (optional) community Shabbat service, as well as an all-camp Havdallah service on Saturday night.

Our camp community gathers to eat in our state of the art chadar ochel (dining hall). As well as accommodating all dietary restrictions, our camp is Glatt Kosher (with a kosher kitchen under the supervision of Star-K Kashrut).

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