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Fall Frolic Registration
Complete the
FF Registration Google Form
or
Drop off /email the

FF Registration Printable Form
to DrRay@AnchorageUUF.org 

CYRE Registration
Register Children and Youth for
Fall Religious Exploration Classes!

Complete a form for the age range:

Child / Youth Registration Google Form
or
Drop off/email the

Child / Youth Registration Printable Form
to DrRay@AnchorageUUF.org

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Please help us prepare for the year
by registering as soon as possible! 
Registrations due by Sun 9/11

 

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Questions & Answers About 

AUUF Annual Fall Frolic

Saturday September 24, 9a

Sunday September 25 at 12p

at King’s Lake Camp in Wasilla

When, where and how much?

Our annual AUUF retreat will take place at King’s Lake Camp in Wasilla from 9 am Saturday Sept. 24 -  Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, 2022.  All members and friends of our AUUF family are welcome. Please don’t hesitate to come because of cost ꟷ scholarship funds may be available by request. Registration costs are: 

  • One (1) night – $75 for adults and $55 for children ages 3-10. 

  • Saturday daytime only with meals – $55 for adults and $40 per child ages 3-10. 

 

Where is King’s Lake Camp?

King’s Lake Camp is located outside Wasilla at 3313 Lakeview Drive.  It takes a little more than an hour to drive there from Anchorage. Travel north on the Glenn Hwy, following the signs to Wasilla. Turn right at Sears onto the Seward Meridian Road and travel about 2 miles. Turn right onto Bogard Road and continue to the 4-way stop. Turn left onto Seldon and continue for a half mile until you see the sign for Teeland Middle School. Turn right onto Lakeview Road. The camp sign is about half-mile further off Lakeview. 

 

Why would I want to come to Fall Frolic?

Maybe you are new to AUUF community and would like to learn to know more people . . .or maybe you’ve been coming to the Fellowship for a long time and have met some folks you would like to know better . . . or maybe you know lots of people and would like to have some fun in a camp setting. . . or, maybe you remember how much fun you’ve had before and would like to come back again . . . or maybe you would like to get out of town for some time for quiet reflection.  Then this is the camp for you. Young or old, family or single you will have a relaxing, enjoyable weekend with friends.

 

What are we going to do?

The focus of this weekend is to relax and have fun.  There will be lots of time for lakefront fun, canoeing, hiking, crafting, lantern building, singing and stargazing. You might join in a hike, join an Adult discussion, watch the kids on the playground or just relax. There will be opportunities for meditation and movement as we create and walk a Labyrinth, or enjoy the Lakefront sunrise. If you prefer to spend most of your time enjoying the beautiful Alaskan Fall in your own way, you can do that also.  

What shall I bring?

Bring comfortable shoes and casual clothes including wet weather gear and extra clothes for the children.  Also bring your own bedding, (sheets and blankets or sleeping bags), pillows, towels, toiletries, insect repellent, snacks, games or puzzles to share. NO alcohol, firearms, dogs or off-road vehicles are allowed. 

 

What will we do if it rains?

Bring your rain gear (we’re Alaskans!)  Also, musical instruments, games, books or anything else you’d like to share.  We have a large heated lodge that can keep us all nice and dry.  But of course, IT WON’T RAIN!

 

Do I need to bring a tent?

YOU DON’T!  But you can! You may either bring a tent or a trailer to camp, or, there are 15 heated and several rustic cabins (no heat). Each cabin contains 8 - 12 bunk beds and is good for 2  families to share. There are 2 large, heated, central bathhouses complete with hot showers and flush toilets. Cabins are chosen upon arrival or list sharing families on the registration form. There is a Dining Hall and a large multi purpose activities lodge.

 

What about food?

Meals will be provided on Saturday and Sunday. (Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast) Vegetarian options will be available at each meal. 

 

What if I have more questions?

You can email or call: DrRay@anchorageuuf.org, (907) 248-3737 ext 3. Registration forms are available at the Fellowship or and linked above.  Payment may be made online as well (go to the GIVING > Donate / Pay Now page).

 

We need your help and ideas to keep Fall Frolic alive and continuing to provide a wonderful weekend each year for our Fellowship!

Contact Dr Ray Macfarlane for more info: 
DrRay@AnchorageUUF.org