The Mountain Programs 2018

Programs designed for UU Congregations, Groups, and YOU

Volume 1 | May 10, 2018
Mountain Programs 2018
This issue features the latest information for UU Congregations about The Mountain’s upcoming spring and summer programs. Please share this information with your congregants.

MountainCamps 2018
MountainCamps 2018 begin on June 10th, with the Counselors in Training, ASCENDERs and Senior High campers’ arrival. Our Camp Staff has some great experiences and activities planned.The best news is that there are still a few openings available for some of the weeks. Contact us today!

2018 Programs for All Ages
Come rock with us at The Mountain!  In addition to our summer MountainCamps and Youth CONs, we host a wide variety of programs and retreat opportunities for all ages, including personal retreats, family events, and congregation retreats. Our staff is here to assist you in booking and planning your stay or event.

From Sustainability to Climate Justice
THERE IS STILL TIME TO REGISTER! This exciting and groundbreaking conference is coming to The Mountain May 20-25! Rev. Fred Small, a UU minister, singer-songwriter, and former environmental lawyer, will guide us through meditation, reflection, conversation, and song. Presentations by Friction Farm with Christine Stay & Aidan Quinn, Rick Crume, Susannah Tuttle, and Pam & Charley Rogers.

Homecoming-Annual Meeting 2018
Join us for The Mountain’s Annual Homecoming Weekend. This Memorial day tradition is an intergenerational 3-night weekend full of fun, family and fellowship with a diverse set of workshops for all ages. On Saturday afternoon, we will hold The Mountain’s Annual Meeting and Report to Mountain Members. For more info…

Memorial Service 2018
Each year during our Homecoming Weekend in May, we hold a Memorial Service to celebrate the lives of those in our wider Mountain Community who have died in the prior year. If you know of anyone we can honor during this special service, please contact the Development Office.

Accessibility Improvements for Guests
Thanks to a generous grant from the Live Oak UU Church Endowment Fund (Cedar Park, TX) and gift from the Mountain Endowment Fund, work is underway to improve our building accessibility for guests with mobility challenges. Automatic door openers are being installed at the Tree House (lower level), and the main entrances of the Dining Hall/Commons and Lodge. Additional railings and ramping work will also be done in the coming weeks. Thanks to Facilities Staff and volunteers for their work on these important projects.

Schedule Your 2019 Congregation Retreat Soon
Great congregational retreats take time to plan! The Mountain is a magical place where people of all ages experience community, the wonders of the nature world, and make lasting memories. Contact our Group Sales office today to schedule.

Membership in The Mountain means you care about this place enough to invest in its future: with your heart, your hands, and your funding.
The Mountain Retreat & Learning Center | (828) 526-5838 |

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