March 12th – 14th, 2021. Check in begins 7:00 PM Friday and event ends 2:00 PM Sunday.
Mothers and sons in grades 1 to 12.
Speaker: Bonnie Greiner
Bonnie is the writer of mom blog “Mom By Example,” had authored three Christian books for moms and is the mother of eight children. Learn more about Bonnie at her web page.
Cost: $163.00 for each mother-son pair. $79.00 for each additional child. Register and pay in full by February 12 to get discount pricing ($153.00/pair, $74/additional child). A minimum nonrefundable deposit of $50 will hold your reservation.
Housing: Our cabins have bunk beds and sleep 12. Mothers and sons will be housed in separate cabins–moms with moms and sons with sons.
Counselors will be provided for boys’ cabins. Each cabin has its own bathroom with 3 shower stalls, 2 toilet stalls and a large double sink. Campers staying in the lodge pay an additional $51.00 for lodge space. Lodges are reserved on a first-come basis.
Most little girls grow up trying on their mom’s shoes. Those same little girls grow up searching for an example of what a godly woman looks like, how do they live? Moms, use this special set aside weekend to speak into your daughter’s life on becoming a true woman of God.
“I had quality time with God and my daughters without distractions.” – a mom retreat camper
Check in begins 7 PM Friday and event ends 2 PM Sunday.
Who’s Invited?: Moms and their daughters in grades 1 to 12. (Daughters are also welcome to attend with step-mothers, grandmothers, or “mother figures” over 18 years of age.)
Speaker: Melinda Clark and Andrea Smith (a mother-daughter duo).
Cost: $159.00 per mother/daughter pair. $78 for additional child. BUT, register and pay in full by September 11, 2020 to receive the discount price of $149.00 per pair and $73.00 for additional child.
Housing: Our cabins have bunk beds and sleep 12. Each cabin has its own bathroom with 3 shower stalls, 2 toilet stalls and a large double sink. For an additional fee of $46.00 lodge rooms (motel-style housing) are available on a limited basis and can be reserved on a first-come first-serve basis.
What to Bring: Your Bible, notebook, pen or pencil, pillow, sleeping bag, enough clean clothes for the weekend, bathroom necessities and money for the camp store/canteen and friends to share the weekend with.
What to Leave Behind: Radios, CD players, iPods, MP3 players, cell phones, video games, etc.
Allison-Antrim Museum, 365 South Ridge Avenue, Greencastle, PA will host the 12th Annual Afternoon Tea in the Barn on Sunday, May 5 between 1 pm and 4 pm. Tea will be served in the center two bays of the reconstructed 1860’s barn. Tables will be set with vintage napkins and china and the servers will be dressed in Civil War attire. Sweet and savory treats will be served, with gluten-free options, along with AAMI’s signature lavender green tea and several other choices, including decaf and herbal tea.
The cost per person is $5. Reservations are required, by Friday, May 3, for sittings beginning on the hour at 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm. Seating fills quickly so make your reservations early by calling 717-597-9325 or by Facebook messaging the museum’s Facebook page.
The special exhibit is “Sweet Memories,” an exhibition of printed hankies from the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s – hankies your mother or grandmother may have had in their dresser drawers. The collection, a rainbow of colors, is that of the late Phoebe Ann Erb Gallagher, native of Lancaster, PA and well-known textile designer, who lived in Boston. Bring your hankies with you.
For more information, visit www.greencastlemuseum.org, on Facebook, Twitter @greencastlemuzm.