About Family Week

Omega Family Week delivers something rare—a unique balance of time together and time apart—so every family member can learn, play, and grow.

While grown-ups are in workshops, kids are in camps, and then everyone comes together for meals, free time and evening entertainment.

We welcome children of all ages—from little ones to teens—as well as families of all configurations: single parents, two parents, grandparents, all kinds of parents and relations. Families can choose to stay on campus, or at other accommodations of their choice.

 

Workshops for Adults

Adults choose one workshop, which takes place each morning from 9:30 a.m. - Noon on Monday and Tuesday, and on Wednesday from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m.  On Thursdays take time off in the afternoon from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m to relax or enjoy Dabblers' Delights.

 

Kids' Camps

Kids choose one camp, which takes place every morning from 9:00 a.m. - Noon and afternoons from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Do you have a child who loves to explore the natural world?
Forest adventures abound in the Little Forest People camp. 

Do you have a teen or young-adult who loves fantasy role-play adventure?
Imaginative, empowering journeys await in The Wayfinder Experience

Does your child love the focused creativity of arts and crafts?
Try the magic and fun of Puppetry Camp: Design, Craft & Bring Your Puppet to Life.

 

Dabbler's Delights

Gather with other adults to enjoy classes in pickleball, learn the joy of play, breathwork, and more. Led by workshop teachers and special guests. 

Come Join Us!

Omega Family Week delivers something rare—a unique balance of time together and time apart—so every family member can learn, play, and grow.

Letter from Elizabeth Lesser

Dear Family Week friends,

Family Week has been a cherished Omega tradition for more than 30 years, where there's something for everyone. Kids and teens take camps, while grownups are in workshops. And family meals and activities keep everyone connected. Families return year after year to have fun, to make new friends, pursue healing and growth, and to feel the sense of that "village" that it takes to raise children. Over the years, kids and parents alike have told us their one week at Omega as a family (of all sorts of family configurations) is how they think the world should be all the time, for all people, all children, everywhere.

So, whether you have been with us before, or you are new to Family Week and Omega, we welcome everyone.

Love,

Elizabeth Lesser, Omega cofounder

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