Pawpaw Fest 2014
Pawpaw Fest – October 3-5, 2014
Join us at Camp Rawnora for a weekend showcasing the largest native North American fruit, the pawpaw. Known by a variety of names like the Indiana banana and banango, pawpaw is truly a one of a kind experience. Guests will enjoy fresh prepared meals featuring the pawpaw and they will also have the opportunity to harvest them from the wild.
Basic weekend cost is $275 if registered by September 19, 2014. After that date registration is $333.
Housing is shared bedrooms, shared bathrooms unless circumstances permit otherwise. To guarantee semi-private and private housing, contact Ora at 269-463-6315 to inquire about housing at an additional cost.
Camp Rawnora is located on over 350 acres of pristine land in Watervliet, Michigan.
Fourth Tuesday Raw-Luck
Join us at Camp Rawnora for a raw vegan potluck every fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm(with a few special exceptions). Bring a raw/vegan covered dish, enough for 6-8 people. Please use local, organic or chemical-free ingredients when possible. No GMO ingredients. Please label items containing honey. For those new to “raw” or just short of time, you can enjoy the buffet by giving a $10 contribution.
Things to bring:
Camp Rawnora is located at 9325 Dwight Boyer Road, Watervliet, MI 49098. Use the entrance for Ronora Lodge and Retreat Center and follow the signs to Camp Rawnora. Please RSVP at least 24 hours before the event.
Call 269-463-4444 or 1-877-RAW-RAW8
Overnight lodging is available by calling 269-463-6315.
- Foodie Wednesdays - September 10 – Collard Wrap & Eggless Egg Salad
September 10 (6:30 pm)
- 4th Tuesday Vegan Raw-Luck
September 23 (6:30 pm)
- Pawpaw Fest 2014
October 03 (2:00 pm)
- Foodie Wednesdays - Cashew Cheeze & Dressing
October 08 (6:30 pm)
- Foodie Wednesdays - October 8 – Eggplant Rawmasean
October 08 (6:30 pm)
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