Tiyul Adventure Overnight Teen Earthskills Week
New this Summer! Tiyul Adventure Overnight Teen Earthskills Week
Ages 12-16 June 20th-27th
This week-long Overnight Camp and workshop is built around either Bow-making and Archery or Leather and Woodworking. Campers will spend the week crafting their own handmade bow, quiver and arrows or a leather backpack, knife handle and sheath.
Throughout the week we will go on creek walks, pick wild edibles, go zip-lining, play capture the flag and harvest our own vegetables from the farm. In the evenings, we will build campfires, cook food, tell stories, and sing songs together. Students will spend all of their time outside, including camping out overnight! The week will culminate with Shabbat under the stars and each camper leaving with a handmade tool, a new set of skills, and amazing memories. At Tiyul we weave Jewish wisdom into all of our activities, from learning a new skill like our ancestors to celebrating the Jewish calendar as we pick fresh food!
This class is taught by expert craftsman Peter Yencken. Peter has taught crafting with children and adults for many years and campers love his gentle, carefully guided mentorship. The days will be filled with learning the skills and tools used to create your own handmade product, and later on using it to practice archery, carve and carry your belongings. All of the materials will be provided.
We are offering this program to 15 campers maximum. Application is open now! The cost is $1200 per camper. Please only apply if you are ready to be focused and put quality care into your work.
It is sure to be a blast!
Questions? Ask Mira Menyuk, the Camp Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter Yencken grew up in Australia before moving to the US. While working for Tom Brown Jr – a renowned outdoorsman, tracker, teacher and author – Peter taught himself how to make traditional tools and everyday items. He began crafting knives, hatchets, bags, shoes and more, opening his world to endless possibilities. He first focused on creating these items for his own needs, but soon he began teaching anyone who is interested in learning these Earthskills.
Peter’s goal is to share traditional making skills that can be used in modern day living. He has taught classes for kids and adults all over the US and in Australia for various nature schools, folk schools and private groups.
Looking for a similar immersive experience without an overnight component?
Check out our Day Camp running for 8 weeks this summer!