November 9-12, 2017
Vallevue Estate, Morristown, NJ
PEACEFUL VALLEVUE ESTATE is our home away from home. Its stunning grounds, open fields, vegetable gardens, gentle farm animals and walking paths are the perfect backdrop for our retreat. November’s fall colors, daytime sun and vibrant sunsets are the breathtaking view from Vallevue’s meeting and dining space.
At Vallevue each large bedroom will sleep two to five women, and each has its own bathroom. Wifi is available. Vallevue is two miles away from the local Jewish community in case you’d like to join shul services on Saturday morning. If you’re feeling adventurous, rigorous hiking trails are closeby.
Travel to Vallevue
Arrival and Departure Times
Plan to arrive on Nov 10, at 3 pm.
Plan to depart on Nov 13, at 6 pm.
If you’re flying in for the retreat, book your flights in and out of Newark Airport (EWR), about an hour’s drive from the estate. If flights in and out of the NY airports (LGA or JFK) are more convenient for you, figure an hour and a half drive to get to Vallevue.
Vallevue is easily accessible by train. From New York City, take NJ Transit and stop at Morristown Station on the Morris Line. We’re just a few minutes from the station and will pick you up.
Email us for the address.
Is planning your travel a daunting task? We get it. Call us at 718.604.0088, and we’ll help!
Retreat Cost and GrantsThe cost of the retreat is $540 and includes overnight accommodations, kosher meals, classes and workshops. It does not include your $50 sign up fee and travel expenses.
Please contact us if you can only attend part of the retreat; or if you’d just like to attend some classes, workshops and meals without overnight accommodations. If you need to arrange a monthly payment plan, email or call 718.604.0088.
If you need financial assistance to attend, it’s easy to apply for a generous grant. Find out how.
Need some help? Call our office and we’ll walk you through it. It’s totally our pleasure to help!
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