Looking for a Golf Cart or two

We are looking for Golf Carts for DuBois Center. We use them to move people and supplies around during Summer Camp and retreats.  When we need to transport a nurse to the rustic side of camp to check on a sick child, a golf cart is our best bet.  Time to shuttle snacks to the waterfront, a golf cart would be perfect.

We would prefer electric golf carts, but gas powered is fine too. They need to have at least 4 seats – 6 would be even better. If you know of any available for donation, or to purchase at a reasonable price, please let us know – dcinfo@duboiscenter.org.  If any would like to donate toward purchasing a golf cart, please contact the office

Horse Retreat – April 15-16

Another crowd favorite returns! This weekend is just like our summer horse camp, but with more time with and on the horses! Also, who said you could only ride horses? We’ll have activities like horse apple bobbing, campfire cookouts with your horse, confecting horse treats, a barn party, and many more horse games.

Designed for participants ages 12 and over who love horses, this could very well be the highlight of your spring!

For full details and pricing, visit the Retreat page, or just register online.

Women’s Retreat – April 21-23

Back again for 2023, this retreat was created just for women ages 20 and over at DuBois Center. Relax and unwind with activities like yoga, nature walks, and spiritual time. This retreat is all about relaxing, getting away from everyday life, and meeting new friends. With an adults-only theme, this is the perfect time to get away and enjoy a stress-free weekend!

BONUS: This weekend will also feature yoga from one of our talented former staff members and massages from two of our most dedicated volunteers! Just two more reasons to get away for the weekend!

For full details and pricing, visit the Retreat page, or just register online.

Getting to Know You!

Noah McCarn

We are excited to provide two “Meet and Greet” opportunities so you all can meet Noah McCarn, the new Executive Director of DuBois Center (photo right) in person. The first opportunity will be Sunday, March 5 from 3 pm to 5 pm at St. Jacob United Church of Christ in St. Jacob. It is always good to have a face with a name. Here’s your chance to do that with Noah.

The second “Meet and Greet” for Noah McCarn happens on Sunday, April 23 from 3 pm to 5 pm at DuBois Center. It will be more spring-like weather for this opportunity. You may meet Noah and Rylee Bernhardt, Program Director, (photo right) for DuBois Center AND tour the facility. There have been so many improvements to the space through your generosity in donations to DuBois 6.0. This is your chance to see the space and its caretakers. We hope to see you at one of the events.