Sunday, may 3, 2020
BRINGING THE MAGIC OF TRYBAL TO YOUR LIVING ROOM
With each day that passes in quarantine, we find ourselves increasingly longing for all things camp: humor, activities, and friends who don’t judge us for eating Nutella out of the jar. We’re thrilled to introduce Trybal Day Camp: an afternoon of camp electives, bunk bonding, and of course, surprise and delight. Trybal Day Camp is FREE for all alumni and 2020 campers.
DAY CAMP SCHEDULE
SUNDAY, MAY 3, 4:00 - 5:30 PM EST
4:00 - 4:10 pm | Opening Ceremony & Ice Breakers
4:10 - 4:40 pm | Elective 1
4:40 - 4:50 pm | All Camp Snack
4:50 - 5:20 pm | Elective 2
5:20 - 5:30 pm | Friendship Circle & Awards Ceremony
HOW IT WORKS
Read the elective descriptions below and rank your top choices. You will be given two of your top four choices.
Register online by Thursday, April 30 at midnight. Spaces are limited! Electives are assigned first-come first-serve.
Receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link, your schedule, bunk assignment, and packing list.
Log on at 4:00 pm ET for opening flagpole!
READY FOR DAY CAMP?
Grab a Snack Pack and register now to save your spot at Day Camp! Registration is FREE and open until Thursday, April 30, or until spaces run out. Spots are limited and electives are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis, so get your tuchus over to register now!
Trybal Day Camp
Sunday, May 3, 2020
4:00 - 5:30 pm ET
Have you ever wanted to try salsa dancing from the comfort of home? Come learn some salsa basics and a short footwork combination. Ideal for beginners or for intermediate dancers who want to revisit salsa fundamentals. No partner required!
Having watched 1 episode of Dancing with the Stars
1 right foot, 1 left foot
Intro to Juggling
Back when we used calendars you could juggle things like a busy schedule, but can you juggle three balls? Learn easy tips and techniques that will help launch your career toward becoming a professional juggler.
3 tossable objects, like tennis balls, fruit, or bean bags
Add a touch of nature to your kitchen! Recycle your quarantine wine corks by transforming them into mini planter magnets. This project is also a fun way to propagate succulent cuttings.
Gone through at least a bottle of wine during quarantine
Succulent cuttings, soil, corks, glue, sharp knife. Optional: magnets or tape/command strips
Rabbi Rena Singer
What's up with Jews and sex? Will your rabbi judge you for smoking weed? What is the Torah actually? Let’s have a conversation around the questions that would have gotten you kicked out of Hebrew school.
Being bored at Rosh Hashanah services and have your mind go to some weird places
Your best taboo questions
What do spaghetti, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and an omelette all have in common? They're all made with 3 ingredients or less! Come join Jordan in his kitchen and make some tasty 3-ingredient snacks: Peanut butter Balls!
Easy Bake Oven cooking or equivalent
1/2 cup of PB, 1/2 cup rolled oats, 3 tbsp honey or syrup
Rabbi Jeff Stombaugh
The word “Havdalah” means “separation," so this quarancocktail is meant to bring you joy in times of separation from society! Elevate your home bartending skills and spirits in this hands-on workshop.
Can l'chaim like a boss
Bourbon, sweet red wine, bitters or a citrus, a blackberry (or other berry), an herb that reminds you of Shabbat's sweetness
Rice Krispie S'mores
Say goodbye boring square s’mores and hello to the new rage: s‘mores pinwheels! Join Jordan in his kitchen as he shows you how to make these irresistible treats right at home.
Has burned a marshmallow on a stick
Rice Krispies cereal, butter, marshmallows, graham crackers, Hershey's chocolate bars or chocolate chips, wax paper
A recent Pew study indicated that sheltering in place causes tension, stress, and anxiety. Learn how to release tension in your head, neck, hands, and feet through this DIY massage workshop while you
nama-stay at home!
Familiar with the lyrics to "head, shoulders, knees & toes"
Lotion or body oil
Pounded Flower Art
Learn a simple flower pounding technique to transform fresh blooms into gorgeous art! Perfect for a handmade Mother’s Day card or to surprise your mailbox buddy with a pop of color.
Likes nature and 90s music
Fresh flowers, hammer, plain paper or cardstock, waxed paper or paper towel
Rabbi Rena Singer
Quarantine can be intense, challenging, weird, and fun. We’ll discuss music, meditations, and rituals that can help anchor us during this time and make sense of our realities.
Anxiety, loneliness, boredom, curiosity
Sweatpants or a velour tracksuit
30 minutes each