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Community Building Weekend

Discover the gifts and rewards of working toward a goal with others, building bonds, building bridges, building community! Enroll in a Spring Community Building Weekend!

Many spiritual traditions honor the four elements of fire, water, earth, and air. During this Community Building Work Weekend, we will take some time to reflect on the element of fire. Fire is the element of spirit, creativity, masculinity, personal growth, wisdom, and transformation. Through ritual, discussion, and other means, you’ll have the opportunity to consider how you can better relate to the element of fire in your life, work, and relationships.

Attending any of our Community Building Weekends is the perfect opportunity for you to forge deeper bonds of friendship and connection at Easton Mountain while helping Easton get ready for the winter! Participating in a project, breaking bread and enjoying fun activities together is a great introduction to community life There is plenty of time for fun and socializing as well as for working together on various projects throughout our buildings and grounds. Jonathan White, a.k.a. "Pathfinder", will be organizing and leading the work details. 

Our residents will be organizing various fun activities to enhance our evenings. You can look forward to entertaining games, sing-a-longs, shared movies on our big screen, and time to unwind while relaxing in the hot tub and sauna. Bring work clothes, hat and gloves, work boots (if you have them), and clothing you won't mind if you got some paint or mud on them. This is also a great opportunity to bring a friend to Easton for the first time!

Registrations for this event are on a sliding scale.  When you go to register, you will be able to choose a donation amount that works for you.  You will be able to select from $50, $100, $150, and $300.  If you would like to donate a different amount, please contact us.  Housing is first come first served.

Earlier Event: April 3
The LGBTQ Coach Training Program
Later Event: April 14
Living Beyond Belief