The Teen Day
If it feels so hard to wait until summer for the next teen retreat, or if you want to catch a glimpse of the ReTribe teen retreat experience for just one day come join us on February 16.
We'll be spending time on the ReTribe land and doing some of the ReTribe classics like; Small groups, playing games, trust exercises, and optional workshops which may include, hiking, poetry, improv, astrology, dream interpretation, yoga, crafting, fire making, and more...
Each friend you bring who are new to ReTribe gets you $5 off!
Saturday Feb 15 and 16th
11am Sat- Teen Day begins
6pm- potluck dinner
8pm dance party
Teens can leave or stay the night and help prepare the Benefit dinner on Sunday.
Family and friends welcome.
At The NorthernShire
14 Maple Leaf Rd
The Dance Party
Come Celebrate Valentine's day with all the friends that you love at our ReTribe dance party.
All are welcome - both ReTribe friends and friends who are coming to a ReTribe event for the first time.
We will be celebrating this day of love but rather than focus on romantic love we will be focusing on the love we feel for all of our friends, family and beyond.
Feel free to get dressed up in whatever way makes you feel great and prepare yourself for a night of hugs and wild dancing ReTribe style.
Our days may include:
Small Group Sharing
Learning wilderness skills such as fire making, basket making, carving, etc
Music and singing
Playing Games, inside and outdoors
Teen Day and Dance
together is $30
($60 with overnight)
Stay and help prep for Dinner Sunday no additional cost
$15 for just the dance.
What to Bring
Food for potuck dinner.
Dance party clothes.
Sleeping supplies if staying the night
Our programs help connect teens to the natural world, by sit spots, playing outdoors, learning survival skills, and learning about the plants and animals on our land. We also teach nature awareness based meditation techniques, and educate about our impact on our environment and responsible stewardship of our planet.
An interview with ReTribe elder, Jane Martin on the importance of Rites of Passage work.
My child felt strongly connected to the other ReTribe participants. She felt comfortable, accepted and seen at ReTribe.
I’ve been going to ReTribe for seven years, and they have been some of my happiest memories. It creates a culture that I can’t find anywhere else.