Over four years ago the Nigun Collective was birthed at Sukkot on the Farm. What started as passion for nigunim has blossomed into a rich community. We invite you to immerse yourself in song, community, and wilderness for a weekend with the Nigun Collective as we gather for our 2nd annual Shabbaton.
There will be singing, hiking, game playing, Torah study, community meals, a campfire, and more! We invite you to come for one or both nights. Due to parking restrictions and planning purposes, advanced registration is required before Tuesday, September 5.
To cover the costs of this camping trip (site fees, firewood, ritual items, infrastructure, etc.) we are charging a small sliding scale fee ($10-$35). Please pay whatever feels right for you. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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Draft Shabbaton Schedule
(Subject to change)
Because Anthony Chabot Regional Park will only issue us 20 parking passes for the weekend, carpooling is a necessity. If you want to drive and need passengers or you are looking for a car to take you to Chabot, sign up for the carpool below.
Directions: The Shabbaton will take place at Lost Ridge Campground in Anthony Chabot Regional Park.
Food: Participants should bring all of their own food. We’ve allotted time for meals in the Schedule, but people can eat whenever they’d like. There is one veggie potluck on Friday night. During the potluck there will be an area designated for hekhsher kosher food.