We understand many people are on tight budgets. We do our best to make this gathering affordable. In addition to cottage rental, here is a breakdown of the fee:
- Food: Total: $100. Sunday-Thurs will include 5 catered lunches ($15 x5 = $75) + cookout dinner on Sunday evening @ $25. We are planning a potluck dinner for Tuesday, June 18. Otherwise, cottages will be responsible for their own breakfasts and dinners, free to make their own arrangements to join up with others at any time.
- Fee for Program (Sunday-Thurs: half-days): $225 or $125 reduced fee for students/early career/limited income. (Note: This rate will cover a range of expenses including rental of The Projection House- a beautiful new lakeside meeting space, snacks, and videography).
- TOTAL for Sunday-Thurs: $325 or $225 reduced fee.
Please note: We also welcome donations, which we pledge to put to good use to promote training, professional development and continuing education in a narrative approach to therapy, organizational, and community work. No donation is too small — or too large! All donations are tax deductible.
Our accommodation is now full! We’ve reserved nine gorgeous cottages to accommodate everyone who signed up. Thank you for filling out the survey to let us know your preferences. While some people will stay the entire week, others chose the four-day option. In the spirit of simplifying, we aggregated the number of bedrooms/beds to calculate a basic fee for renting a room/shared room. If you signed up, you should have already received an email with cottage assignment. Please register for Accommodation in order to secure your room by selecting either Paypal (to pay now) or Check (to either send in a check or pay when you arrive).
Please note: If you are eager to come, and not signed up, please contact us. Sometimes space does open up.
Vermont is a small, rural state. Narrative Camp will take place on Thompsons Point in Charlotte Vermont about 1/2 hour drive from Burlington International Airport. Some people prefer to fly into Montreal, New York or Bost0n airports, and then take train or bus to Burlington/Essex Junction. Otherwise, we have limited public transportation. It’s easy to rent a car, or to get rides from locals. Here in Vermont, we do our best to live by our steadfast values of community-mindedness, neighborly ways and hospitality. Please fill out the questionnaire on the registration page to tell us any transportation plans and questions. As long as you arrive at a reasonable hour, we will do our best to arrange pick up at the airport, bus or train station.