Maritime Bahá'í Summer School 2019

Boundless Possibilities

July 5-7, 2019 in Berwick, NS

Exploring ways to connect hearts and widen the circle of unity, as we celebrate the bicentenary of the Birth of the Báb

Dates  •  Registration  •  Accommodations  •  Meals  •  What to Bring  •   Arts, Crafts and Book Store

DATES AND TIMES

Friday, July 5 to Sunday, July 7, 2019
early check-in Thursday, July 4 after 5pm

LOCATION

Berwick United Church Camp
115 Commercial Street
Berwick, Nova Scotia  B0P 1E0

CONTACT

Email: maritimebss@gmail.com
Phone: 902-791-0191

 

REGISTRATION FEES

Individual  $15

Family  $30

Children (ages 5 - 11)  $10

Children under 5yrs  Free

 

REGISTER  ONLINE AND EARLY TO GUARANTEE:

  • Sufficient materials on hand

  • Proper class size

  • Sufficient space for all activities

On-site Registration at Berwick Camp Begins:

5:00 pm  Thursday, July 5, 2018. 

REGISTER BY JUNE 23!
The summer school committee is asking that all participants register as soon as possible and to please be respectful of the registration deadline. In order to run an efficient camp for everyone, volunteers and organizers need to prepare in advance.

PLEASE NOTE: The online registration deadline is June 23, 2019 . All summer school registrations must
be completed by this date to allow volunteers to appropriately prepare for participants.

ACCOMMODATIONS

$14.00 /per night/per person anywhere on the grounds (Children under 5 years free).

Includes rustic cottages (large & small), apartments, and 2 dormitories with 26 rooms, each with a double bed and shared washrooms.There are a limited number of cottages with washrooms.

Cottages will usually only be assigned to families. Groups of youth under the age of 18 may be assigned to a cabin if they are accompanied by an chaperon or guardian. Single youth over 18 and single adults will be assigned rooms in a dormitory. Single youth under 18 are expected to stay in the same accommodation as their family or guardian.
 

Sites for trailers, RVs and tents are available.

 

Persons with medical or mobility limitations will be given priority in assignment of accommodations. Priority will also be given to persons registering by June 23, 2019.
 

The Summer School begins at 9:30 AM on Friday morning. Accommodation is available for Thursday night for attendees traveling from distant locations. Friday breakfast is not included. There is no admittance to the campground or accommodations before 5:00 P.M. on Thursday.

Please use the on-line registration form to register.

 

MEALS

12 and over: $12.00 per day/per person

12 and under: $6.00 per day/per person

5 and under: $FREE

As always there will be great meals including vegetarian dishes at the school.
Financial assistance is available; please contact your Local Spiritual Assembly or, if you do not have a Local Spiritual Assembly, contact the Summer School Logistics Committee at maritimebss@gmail.com.

 

WHAT TO BRING

  • Bedding: sheets, blankets, pillows, pillow case, towels, etc.

  • Rooms are unheated so bring extra blankets for cool weather.

  • Layered clothing; sweaters, rain coat, boots

  • Toiletries

  • Bug apray

  • Sunscreen

 

ARTS, CRAFTS and BOOKS

The Book Room at the entrance to the park will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning.

  • Beautiful hand created works of art and craft

  • Books of inspiration and guidance

Individuals wishing to display arts and crafts for sale must check with the bookstore manager
on arrival for space and are responsible for their own displays and sales. No fees will be charged
for service but a donation to the Funds of the Faith would be expected.