Camp Millstone has 14 cabins, roughly divided into two groups, with a bathhouse at each group. The cabins have built-in bunks (not moveable) with mattresses. The mattresses are on top of plywood, so they are firm. There are eight bunks inside each cabin, and three bunks on the screened-in porch of each cabin. Everything else you need for your comfort you must provide: pillows, sheets, blankets or sleeping bag. There is no heat in the cabins, washrooms, or recreation hall. Come prepared for the changeable April weather.
Tent camping will be permitted for those who desire the privacy. Since our costs are the same either way, no discount is given for tenting. We can not park automobiles next to either the cabins or tents.
Omnivorous and vegetarian meals will be provided from Friday evening through Sunday noon. Participants with special dietary needs should indicate them in the space provided for special needs on the registration form. Click her to view the menu.
Parking is allowed only in designated areas. We will not be able to drive to the cabins for unloading. We will gather a few strong volunteers with carts or wheelbarrows to help you move your gear to your cabin. Keep in mind, as you plan, that what goes to the cabin must come back from the cabin. You might leave some gear in your vehicle.
Join us in 2003 for a new vendor concept, the vendor village. Vendors will have permitted hours of operation from 8:00 AM until midnight and be located in a single area to help promote foot traffic. The fee for vending is $10.00 and a donation of an item for our Magickal Auction is required. Indoor space, seating, tables, or tents are not provided, however electricity is available for a $5.00 fee. Limited space is available in the CSQ tents for smaller vendors who may be unable to provide their own tent. Your vendor fee includes a free link to your website on the CSQ web site as soon as you register and it will remain there for one year. Pre-registration is required to vend at CSQ. For more information please contact Joy Tortorelli at Starshadow1007@ yahoo.com
In case of any emergency onsite, please contact Security. We expect to have personnel trained in emergency medicine available on site. Security will be able to contact Rockingham County EMS.
The Resident Manager's personal phone number is (910) 652-5905 or 652-6388. It can be used only in the most dire situations. If you must be in touch with office or sweetheart, bring your satellite phone.
We want everyone to have a healthy Spirit Quest. You are responsible for your medications (if any), and your own health. If you have any conditions that might require immediate attention, inform the staff when you register. If an emergency should arise, please let the staff know immediately.
Each person attending Spirit Quest is required to sign up for at least one two-hour work shift. It is necessary that everyone take part in this shared labor for the gathering to function pleasantly for all participants. Please sign up for a job at Check-In when you arrive.
Listed below are the work shifts available throughout the weekend. If you would like to sign up early for your shift, please indicate a first, second and third choice on your registration form. All shifts are filled on a first come/first serve basis, so register early and reserve your slot. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of shifts available.
It is very important that we return the Site to the condition it was in before we arrived for Spirit Quest. The Staff consists of volunteers, who also pay to attend the event. In order to encourage all of the participants to help in this last community effort, we require that all registrants include a separate $25 check as a refundable deposit for site cleanup. This check will be returned at 3:30 PM on Sunday to all participants who have helped clean the site. Those who do not wish to participate in the cleanup will donate their checks to the Bart Wendell Scholarship Fund for attendance at CSQ '03. Checks that are not returned WILL be cashed. If you absolutely must leave before 3:30 PM, please make separate cleanup arrangements to allow your check to be returned to you.
No one can guarantee your safety. Read and honor the rules created for your own protection. We want everyone to have a safe Spirit Quest. There will be NO flame or fire of any kind in the cabins, this means no incense, candles, or smoking. There is no smoking allowed inside any camp structure.
Participant shirts will be navy blue with the CSQ'03 Stepping Into the Light logo in white ink. It will look similar to the cover of this packet. They must be ordered when you send in your registration. Sizes and prices are on the registration form. T-shirt and/or Sweatshirt orders on registrations received after March 22, 2003, will not be filled.
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Last updated 3/18/03