PeaceWorks 4-Day Summer Camp at the World Fellowship in New Hampshire (Aug 17-21st)

PeaceWorks Summer Camp 2017: Recreation, Relaxation…and Resistance

Where: World Fellowship Center, Conway, New Hampshire

When: Thurs. August 17thMonday August 21st, 2017

Located at the foot of the White Mountains just outside of Conway, NH, World Fellowship offers a lake for swimming and kayaking and 455 acres of forest trails to hike, bike and explore. Optional daytime activities will include workshops on activism, art and body movement. In the evenings, kick back around a fire with old friends and new acquaintances. Celebrating PeaceWorks 25th anniversary, we’ll organize guided discussions to inspire us and shape our work heading into the next quarter century.


From private room, to entire cabin, to a campsite in the woods – rates are reasonable and include all meals. Food is delicious and served family style, including vegetables grown in the Center’s organic gardens. Depending on the size of our group, additional discounts of up to 10% may apply. Click here to view lodging options. Click here for rates.

Can you join us? Here’s how.

  1. Ready to make reservation? Fill out this form and WFC will contact you:
  2. send us a confirmation of your reservation by email to

Questions? Contact Austin Haeberle


UPDATE:  A Tentative Schedule of Events

Thursday, August 17, 7:30pm Decentralized Social Movements Can Win Tammy Shapiro of Movement Netlab, a thinkmake-and-do tank created by and for activists, explores how mass movements from Occupy to Black Lives Matter create opportunities to learn to make political and economic change.

Friday, August 18, 7:30pm – Fun Night!
Saturday, August 19, 10am Right-Wing Pushback in Latin America Are recent progressive government defeats due to decline of export commodity prices, gov’t errors, aggressive adversaries’ campaigns, erosion of enthusiasm, or a combination? Steve Ellner teaches economic history at the U of the East in Venezuela. His latest book is Latin America’s Radical Left. 7:30pm Pamela Means! The truth-talking acoustic guitar shero is back!

Sunday, August 20, 10am Do Venezuela’s Economic Woes Prove That Socialism Doesn’t Work? Steve Ellner

Sunday, August 20, 7:30pm A Revolution of the Heart: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement Claire Schaeffer-Duffy, Center for Nonviolent Solutions director/co-founder, lives and works at the Saints. Francis & Therese Catholic Worker Community in Worcester, MA.


Hope to see you by the campfire!  And enjoy the photos below, many taken by photographer and World Fellowship camper Ellen X. Silverberg.

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