Edge Open House
Published By Courtney Sinclair on November 2nd, 2021 in Edge Insider
Are you a community leader, facilitator, coach, teacher, or retreat organizer? Are you interested in learning where you can plan retreats, workshops, or bring your community to grow and connect? Join us on Friday, November 19 to see what’s possible at ‘The Edge’…
As we shift into dreaming season we wish to nourish, deepen, and expand our community connections of transformative leaders, teachers, coaches, and facilitators. We look forward to creating with you in the 2022 season and beyond.
Date and Time
Friday, November 19, 2021. 12 pm – 9 pm with the option to add on an overnight stay
Free to attend:
12 pm – 4 pm: Drop-in style walkabouts and experiences, meet with some of the folks who live, work, and play here, take photos, learn about retreat planning.
4 pm – 5:30 pm: Sauna fired up! Bring a bathing suit!
Value-added experiences (make the most of the trip if you are traveling):
5:30 pm – 9 pm: Optional – Join us for a special Forest Pizza Party dinnertime experience and a campfire. ($30/person)
Overnight experiences are available for a special one-night price which includes a Forest Pizza Party dinnertime experience, campfire, cozy accommodations, and a simple breakfast. From $299 – $399 depending on your choice of room.
Why come to an open house?
Connect: Meet the Edge team who live, work, and play on Kawawaymog Lake. Connect with nature – the trees, the water, the air, the land. Chat with other community leaders and organizers.
Explore: Walk through the spaces and facilities that can support your programming – including cabin accommodations, the main dining room, sauna, fire circles, Hive Deck, lakeside trails, Turtle Shell adventure centre, Points North, and more.
Dream: Wander in wonder. Invite yourself to dream of what is inspiring you to grow the connections within your community and how that might unfold.
Experience: Taste what it’s like to dine at the Edge at a wood-fired pizza party in the forest. Relax in the sauna and then feel exhilarated by a cold dip in the lake.
Learn: Learn about how to plan a retreat for your group, how unplugged time in nature can be transformative, and about Edge signature programs including the Way of the Circle leadership framework.
What types of group retreats can the Edge support?
There are spaces, equipment, and facilitator support to host the following types of gatherings:
Community – friends getaway weekend, family reunion, yoga studios or wellness groups, unplugged group getaways, community development and connections
Corporate – corporate groups, team building, leadership development, support employee wellbeing and team culture, conferences and summits
Creative – creative hobby groups and clubs, writing workshops, artistic exploration gatherings, painting retreats, musical groups
Certifications – workshop leaders, presentations, instructors hosting certification weekends (paddling, wilderness first aid, etc)
Join the Facebook group to connect with others attending: https://fb.me/e/2LHRZsmaq