Spring Retreat

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With new blossoms on the way, and spectacular changing weather, spring-time offers us a wonderful opportunity to celebrate this beautiful season of transformation and renewal. We warmly welcome you to join our community of practice for a one week or two week retreat.

We will be open to receive guests starting Friday, March 15th and will continue to receive guests each week on Fridays. Friday will also be our departure day. Please plan your retreat carefully so that you can arrive and depart on Friday. Also, plan your retreat well in advance so that you will have enough time to register and receive a confirmation (few weeks in advance is usually enough time). We will begin accepting registrations on December 2013. The last arrival day for the Spring Retreat will be May 17th.

 

Please read the General Retreat Information page and Registration pages carefully before sending any inquiries abou the Spring Retreat. Registration is available through these pages, or go visit this page directly

http://register.plumvillage.org/spring

 

Thank you and see you here in the Spring!

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