The Annual Woman To Woman Workshop Weekend offers recovering alcoholic women opportunities for personal development and productive living through economical, informative workshops designed for their special needs…
PLEASE NOTE: The 2020 Woman To Woman Workshop Weekend has been cancelled.
Accommodations include the choice of single, double and group rooms, usually with a shared bathroom between rooms (some bathrooms are “down the hall”). Bedding, pillows and towels are provided. The weekend includes six delicious meals with vegan choices available.
Along with plenty of workshops to choose from, there is plenty of time for “caring and sharing” and getting to know one another. There are also trails for hiking, tennis courts and a beautiful heated outdoor pool for “sun and fun.”
CONFIRMATION LETTER INFORMATION
Here is some information that is included in the confirmation letter that all participants receive in the mail prior to our weekend.
Volunteers must check in at registration.
4:00 – 7:00 pm Check-in/Registration
5:00 – 7:00 pm Buffet Dinner
7:15 – 8:30 pm Welcome Meeting
9:00 – 10:00 pm Workshops
4:00 – Midnight Hospitality Room Open
Detailed program provided at registration
7:30 – 8:30 am Breakfast
9:00 – 10:00 am Workshops
10:30 – 12:00 pm Speaker Meeting
12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Checkout
We encourage you to carpool; parking is limited. When you enter the Mount, parking is located up the hill, past the main campus entrance. Stop at the sign that reads Drop Luggage Here. You will be directed to the parking area.
Do Not Park in employee parking.
For special-needs parking
(i.e., disabled parking), contact one of the parking committee prior to the Thursday before the weekend. (Contact Information is included in your confirmation letter or please use “contact us” section of this website).
If you plan to arrive after 7:00 p.m. on Friday, please notify one of the committee members prior to the Thursday before the weekend (Contact Information is included in your confirmation letter or please use “contact us” section of this website).
Dress and Packing
Casual clothes are the norm. We recommend bringing a sweater, as it gets chilly at night. Bring hiking shoes, a swimsuit and towel, shower shoes, and/or tennis racquet; hiking trails, tennis court, and swimming pool are available.
No Taping or Filming allowed ~ No Solicitations
Do not bring any valuables. Neither the Committee nor Mount St. Mary’s is responsible for any lost or stolen items. You may want to bring some cash to buy bottled water and soda between meal times, or t-shirts and commemorative items.
Bring an alarm clock, as there are no wake-up calls. Bedding and pillows are provided; bring additional blankets, pillows and towels if desired.
Mount St. Mary’s is a smoke-free facility located in a Fire Zone. Smoking is permitted only in the ONE DESIGNATED AREA (picnic table in the circle).
A wide variety of food is provided, sufficient to accommodate most diets.
Sodas and bottled water are available in Hospitality area at $1 each.