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Camp Ramah in Northern California

Camp Ramah – Northern California Summer Camp

We are a specialty camp that combines the excitement of developing one’s skills and passions in a specialty area with the full experience and magic of a traditional Ramah summer camp. Come help us make waves in Northern California as we create an unforgettable camp experience and community together!

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What's New at Camp Ramah

This Passover I taught my 15 month old daughter Lielle an important life lesson: the art of puddle stomping

Happy Passover from Rabbi Sarah, Lielle, and the entire Ramah Galim tzevet (staff)!

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Performing Passover

Rebecca Posamentier, Ramah Galim’s Performing Arts Director, offers unique tips for bringing your seder to life this Passover through performing arts!

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Introducing our 2017 Specialty Track Directors!

With gratitude and excitement we introduce our kayitz 2017 specialty track directors (Rashei Maslul). Each of these leaders brings to camp incredible skills, professional experience, and passion for working with Jewish youth. Under their leadership our specialty track teams will help campers to master new skills from scene writing to stand up paddle boarding while fostering deep connections with one another, with Jewish ideas, and with the world around them!

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Ramah Goes to Mexico City!

From Kabbalat Shabbat to Havdallah, I experienced the power of community-building between Kerem and our Mexican Jewish hosts. As we sang the familiar words of shalom aleichem together, arm-in-arm, and banged passionately on the tables during birkat hamazon, I was reminded of how deeply Ramah connects young Jews of different cultures to one another and broadens the definition of what it means to be Jewish and to be part of a global community.

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A Shabbat Song Written by our Campers

Listen to a recording of “Shabbat Shalom,” an original song by session 1 performing arts campers! Guitar chords provided!

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What Do You Call Two Crawdads Crossing the Road?

Rabbi Sarah Shulman reflects on Parshat Noah: “This is just one of many weeks when my curiosity as a biologist meets my curiosity as a Jew.”

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