Do you require a ride from the airport to the Villa Maria? If so, contact Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, flight arrival time, flight number and a contact phone number. Shuttle service begins on Thursday, June 30th, and continues through the morning of Thursday, July 7th, at $40 per person one-way.
What to Wear/What to Bring
The weather in Minnesota has been unusually rainy and on the cool side this spring and summer. However, Minnesota weather is very changeable. In July it can get as hot (and humid!) as the upper 90s (occasionally 100 degrees) and plunge to the lower 50s. Plan to bring clothes for any kind of weather and be prepared to layer.
Bring clothing for hot weather—shorts, Capris, T-shirts, sleeveless shirts and sandals. For wet, chilly weather pack a rain jacket, long pants, long sleeve shirts and a couple of sweatshirts and/or a fleece jacket. Bring tennis shoes, socks, and a hat for hiking; a bathing suit and beach towel for swimming in Lake Pepin; a flashlight and mosquito repellent (an herbal variety with citronella suggested) for nights around the campfire or evening walks.
We will be filming the Ho'oponopono dance at the conference after two practice sessions with Joyce Genis. Kuan Yin has requested that everyone wear white for the filming. In this ancient Hawaiian practice of the Ho'oponopono, let us dance our way to more love, forgiveness and gratitude!
If you are arriving at the Villa Maria after 9:00 p.m., email Illona at email@example.com for instructions to your room or cabin.