Session 1: August 16-22
Session 2: August 23-29
WHO CAN COME?
CBC is designed for adults of all skill levels, but supervised children are also welcome.
FOOD AND ACCOMMODATIONS
All lodging, three delicious meals per day, snacks, classes, and activities are included in the tuition. Some Brazilian food will be served. The facility's lodgings consist of raised wooden platforms with mounted canvas tents, which are shared, and fit up to four people, or you are welcome to bring your own tent if you prefer privacy. This year, you can choose your tent in advance for $10, based on the order of registration. Those who register first will have the first choice of tents, with the selection process beginning in May. There are limited permanent tents, once the number of registrants reaches that limit, the next group of registrants until capacity will need to bring a tent. Bathroom and shower facilities are located throughout the camp. RVs are acceptable by prior arrangement only.
LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS
CBC takes place in Cazadero California. Approximately six weeks before Camp you will receive a packet containing detailed information, inlcuding directions to reach the Camp, or you can sign up for the shuttle service below.
You'll need to arrive at camp by 6pm on the first day of either session. Attendees flying to the San Francisco or Oakland airports can take a commercial bus from the airport to Santa Rosa (Sonoma County Airport Express) -just over a two-hour ride. CBC will arrange to pick you up on the first day of either session (Aug 16 and Aug 23) in Santa Rosa at the last Airport Express stop, the Sonoma County Airport. The ride to camp is just under one hour. We will have two shuttles, 3pm and 5pm, so plan to arrive in Santa Rosa before 5pm! The return trip will leave Cazadero at 2:30pm and 4:30pm, only on the last day of camp. CBC's fee for this service is $40 round-trip. This service must be arranged in advance.
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