If you've ever wondered if there's a summer camp for grown-ups, there is. It's even better because there is no exposure to mosquitoes, you don't have to row a canoe, unless you want to, and you don't have to sleep in a tent. It's called Camp Experience, and it's targeted at professional women who don't necessarily care to get any nature on them! This week on Connect & Collaborate, Jan Mazotti talks with Betsy Wiersma, Founder of Camp Experience, an Educational Retreat for Women.
The camp is a weekend of education, inspiration and connection at the Keystone Resort where "campers" can expect to be pampered and plied with gifts, and wine. Ready to sign up?
While it's a great opportunity to get away, relax and unwind with other professional women, there is ample alone time, and lots of activities. Whatever suits your mood. There is a full schedule of keynote presentations, workshops, networking activities, shopping, and spa services, as well as amazing adventures.
Activities include sewing, jewelry-making, and painting. Adventures include Fly fishing, hiking, self-defense and sport shooting. All the while, building friendships with other brilliant women and making connections. Proceeds from all on-site Bow-tique sales and donations benefit charity partners, raising $209,000 for charities the past eight years.
Camp Experience 2013 runs October 4-6, to register for camp, visit their website. ICOSA listeners will receive a $100 discount by contacting Niki@CampExperience.com - just mention RADIO. (Discount not available through online registration, contact Niki via email.)
To learn even more about the empowerment of taking a breath to relax and be open to what the world can teach you, listen to the entire program Saturday at 10:00 AM on KNUS 710 – Please let us know what you think of our program, either by commenting here or on Facebook at Connect & Collaborate with ICOSA or join the discussion on Twitter @ICOSAMagazine.