At Limmud Bay Area, parents, kids, teens and grandparents have the opportunity to learn, play, and explore together or with their friends. Our Camp Limmud Director, Miriam Schwartz-Kanani, now returning for her sixth year, helped design Camp Limmud from her experiences working at some of the best Bay Area youth programs like Urban Adamah, Camp Tawonga, and Wilderness Torah. Teen programming is overseen by vetted counselors and facilitated by professional Jewish educators. This year’s staff is terrific.
Each suite in Sauvignon Village at Sonoma State University has a living room, kitchen, 2 “double” rooms and 2 “singles” and small kids can opt for sleeping bags so pile in however you like.
See fees for details on special pricing for kids, parents, single parents, and large family groups.
Kids can look forward to creative workshops, candle making and tie-dye crafts. Shorashim (Roots) (2 to 3 years old) and Nitzanim (Buds) (4 to 8 years old) will learn about being “Shomrei Adamah” (“Guardians of the Earth”). Fun activities include: music, crafts, drama, yoga, a talent show, storytelling and Shabbat celebrations.
Anafim (Branches) at Limmud (9 to 13 years old) will experience a weekend of adventure! Together, they will participate in fun challenges and games that will help them explore Jewish values, nature connection and team building. Fun activities include: trust games, creative art projects, a hike to the lake, and a trip to the climbing wall!
With a love of children, play and Judaism our Camp Limmud counselors are all seasoned and vetted educators. Learn about each of the Limmud Bay Area educators.
If you have questions about Camp Limmud or financial subsidies for children and families, please be in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.