With a beautiful campground all to ourselves, Russian-speaking Jewish families come together to enjoy a magical weekend outdoors. You bring your friends, family, camping equipment, and food; we provide a setting and program designed for parents and children alike to meet, laugh, learn, experiment, and play. Let out your inner child, discover new talents, meet likeminded families, immerse in Jewish wisdom, and relish in the great outdoors.
September 8-10, 2017 or September 15-17, 2017.
Space is limited to 200 people per weekend.
**September 15th weekend is sold out and the waitlist is closed. However there are still a few more spots for September 8th!**
Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 12:00 PM.
Cost: $85 per adult, $65 per child (age 3-17), children 2 and younger — free.
Tickets will go on sale Monday, June 12, 2017 at 12:00 PM.
Cost: $200 per person
Become a “Mishpucha Mensch” and help us ensure that all Russian-speaking Jewish families, regardless of financial means, can take part in our Mishpucha. The true cost of producing a Mishpucha Camping weekend is around $40,000, or $200 per person. Typically, we collect about one third of this cost through ticket sales. The rest is contributed during the year by sponsors and community members like you. This year, by purchasing «Mensch» tickets, you can secure your spot at Mishpucha Camping ahead of the general admission rush, and help us provide tickets at a subsidized rate. Be a mensch! A Mishpucha board member will personally thank you with a drink. 🙂
*Your contribution, minus the value of the event ($85pp), is tax-deductible.
Check out a sample program schedule from last year.
See Frequently Asked Questions on the Registration page:
Questions? Contact Lisa Klig, Mishpucha Founding Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mishpucha is generously sponsored by Genesis Philanthropy Group, PJ Library, Natan Fund, and accelerated by UpStart.