Divorce & Discovery:
A Jewish Healing Retreat – Town Hall
Town Hall and Info Session
Tuesday, June 21, 2022 | 7pm | Zoom registration
Pre-Camp Expectations Town Halls
(required for 2022 families)
Session 3 & TLI
Tuesday, June 14, 2022 | 7pm | Zoom registration
Tuesday, July 12, 2022 | 7pm | Zoom registration
Save the Date! Tawonga’s Erev Rosh Hashanah Celebration
Sunday, September 25 | Joaquin Moller Park, Oakland (more details to come).
Learn about this annual celebration here.
Save the Date! Tawonga Kol Nidre Service
Tuesday, October 4 | Location TBD
More Ways to Engage
Check out recordings of past events below – or take a break from screen time with Tawonga radio.
Also … you can now register for Tawonga’s 2022 season! Check out our program line up here and information about registration.
Past Event Recordings
📻 From Monotone to the Moon: How One Song Leader Found His Voice: Elan Lavie was a camp song leader who didn’t quite know how to sing. Through sheer determination, he found a way and brought a bunk of 12-year-old boys closer in the process.
📻 Emmett Cooks: From Tawonga Kitchen Staff to Culinary Entrepreneur: When Tawonga’s 2020 summer season was cancelled, Tawonga Lead Cook, Emmett Verba, took a leap of faith. He started “Emmett Cooks,” delivering inventive meals all around the Bay Area. Hear how he got his business off the ground.
📻 Journeys to Tawonga: Ken Kramarz: Former Tawonga Executive Director Ken Kramarz shares how his entire life changed after the summer of 1981 when he worked as a Tawonga Unit Head. “It was a total antidote to everything I had experienced.”
📻 Journeys to Tawonga: Becca Meyer: What made Camp Director Becca Meyer shift from pursuing a PhD in cognitive neuroscience, and studying the brains of mice, to working at Tawonga? Listen to find out!
📻 Journeys to Tawonga: Rabbi Laura Rumpf: What do marshmallows have to do with Jewish teaching? At Tawonga, it turns out, a lot! Listen to this “Journey to Tawonga” with Rabbi Laura Rumpf to hear more.
📻 Journeys to Tawonga: Brenton “Big Fiji” Seeto: How does someone working at a resort halfway around the world in Fiji come to find a home on Tawonga’s summer staff? Listen to find out.
📻 Journeys to Tawonga: Liz Chenok: Liz Chenok survived the embarrassment of showing up at Camp to work her first summer with her entire family in a minivan; now she’s a member of Tawonga’s year-round staff!
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