WHEN: September 2020
WHERE: Rochester Folk Art Guild, Middlesex, NY
CONTACT: Rebekah (at) foodforthespirit.org
Food for the Spirit’s (F4tS) Black Girls’ Retreat offers us space to retreat on the land to self-care within a small community of like-minded individuals. Over the course of two days and two nights, in community with other Black women, we will nurture ourselves and deepen our relationships with ourselves, each other, and nature.
Our intentions are to create a space where we practice radical self-care, self-love, and liberation. The retreat will provide us time and space where we can slow down, quiet down, and build community with each other. To deepen our love for ourselves and to build community, we will weave in ritual and celebration in ways that are meaningful to us.
The retreat will be held at the Rochester Folk Art Guild’s East Hill Farm, a 50-year-old intentional community and craft center located on 350-acres in the Finger Lakes in central New York. Harriet Tubman’s homestead is just an hour drive away. There are many creeks and several beautiful natural lakes nearby, and at the East Hill Farm there is a pond and wooded areas with numerous walking trails.
Overnight accommodations are rustic and will include camping on the land and some beds. Six meals, snacks, and beverages will be provided throughout. If needed, there may also be reimbursement available for travel costs.
COVID-statement: We will have plenty of gloves, extra masks, and hand sanitizer available, and we will ask that each participant agrees to adhere to COVID safety guidelines including wearing masks when indoors.
Join us and take some time for yourself! To apply for our 2020 retreat, visit https://bit.ly/F4TS_OurRetreat.