Urban Adamah & COVID-19 Updates…

FIND YOUR Light

A Fire Circle For Middle School Youth

6 – 8 GRADE

Middle school youth are invited to join us on the farm after dinner for a weekly gathering to form a loving and supportive community, co-facilitated by eco-educator and ritualist Sammy Kanofsky and Urban Adamah’s Youth & Family Programs Director, Maddy Winard. This program will combine…

GATHERING AROUND A FIRE...

Is an ancient practice our ancestors have passed down to us, as a way of sharing wisdom, telling stories, and finding light and guidance in the mystery of our times. Give your teen the gift of mentorship and community to support them in navigating their transition from childhood to adulthood during COVID-19 — perfect as a companion or alternative to b’nei mitzvah study!

PROGRAM DETAILS

SUNDAYS | MARCH 21 – MAY 23 *
6:30 PM –  8:30 PM

* minus March 28 for Passover

Find Your Light: A Fire Circle For Middle School Youth

PRICE:
 $500 Total
$50 per session

ABOUT THE FACILITATORS

SAMMY KANOFKY (she / her)
Sammy is a Berkeley-born ecotherapist and lover of ritual who is passionate about protecting the wild places in the East Bay and assisting youth in accessing nature as a source of healing and inspiration. She has facilitated youth and young adult programs for Gaia Girls Passages, Camp 510, Moishe House, Jewish Disaster Response Corps, Operation Groundswell, and the Sempervirens Outdoor School, and has a special love of working with girls in transition from childhood to teenagers. She founded Soul|Light Communication & Ecotherapy in order to call on the light of her soul and help lead her people back home.

MADDY WINARD (she / her)

Maddy feels most at home when creating ritual space and sacred community. Prior to arriving at Urban Adamah, Maddy spent five years working at URJ Camp Newman, Congregation Beth Am, and Mitzvah Corps, building social justice programming for middle and high school teens. Maddy is a camp girl at heart, and feels inspired when singing with others, talking by the fire, and sharing stories. She is thrilled to bring young girls together in a time of personal and collective transition and hardship, and find ways to celebrate joy and one another.