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Spring Elder Gatheringhttps://themenscouncil.org/event/spring-elder-gathering/
April 6 – April 8
Spring Elder Gathering
Trinity Center, Pine Knoll Shores, NC
Sponsored by the Elders of the Greater Carolina Area of the ManKind Project
This event is open to men of all ages, MKP-initiated or not.
The theme for the weekend experience is “Joy and Compassion.” Of course, compassion starts with self-compassion – taking care of yourself. Here is a golden opportunity to join together with friends, old and new, to once again find your true self in a quiet and vibrant beach setting. There will be a mix of deep, meaningful workshops with optional joyful breakout sessions.
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Joshua Project - April 27-29https://themenscouncil.org/event/joshua-project-april-gathering/Camp Grier (Near Old Fort, NC)348-738 Camp Grier Rd, Old Fort, NC 28762, USA
Joshua Project Spring Gathering
Old Fort, NC
April 27-29, 2018
Join us around the fire in Old Fort, NC as we explore mature masculinity, the lessons and teachings of the open heart, and hold space for our young men to step into their emerging manhood. The announcement letter and registration links will arrive in your inbox on Tuesday.Dates:
Friday, April 27th (6 pm) thru Sunday, April 29th (1:30pm)
Registration closes Sunday April 22nd at 11:59pm.
$180 for each adult man
$90 for each young man (ages 13-25)
Partial scholarships are available if needed to attend. Please inquire.To Register:
Complete the registration form at this link:
AND please pay online here:
Alternatively, you may mail your registration fee by the April 22nd deadline to:
The Joshua Project
805 State Farm Rd, Ste B1
Boone, NC 28607
Lodging will be in rustic, screened, 3-season cabins with wooden platforms for beds (bring a sleeping pad!) or in bring-your-own tents or hammocks. We will not have access to showers or flush toilets. All meals are provided. Some equipment is available for loan so please ask ahead. The camp is about a 0.2 mile walk (adult men) to 0.4 mile walk (young men) from the parking lot (carrying your gear!) Driving directions and what you need to bring will be emailed to you after you register.