August 11-13, 2023
Join us to celebrate Lanakila’s 100th anniversary on the shores of Lake Morey! Let’s gather to reconnect – and laugh, sing, canoe, swim, sleep in tents, tell stories, stargaze, hike, make s’mores, reminisce, and make new memories together!
We are currently at capacity for the 2023 Lanakila Reunion. However, our waitlist is still open. Please sign up at the registration link below to add yourself to the waitlist. We will do everything we can to find a spot and will let you know if something opens up!
Overnight registrants that applied to the Lanakila Reunion after April 15th may be housed at Aloha’s Campus as we have reached full housing capacities at Lanakila. If you have any questions, please contact Helen Doherty at Reunion@alohafoundation.org.
Registration is open and we encourage you to register early, as space is limited to 400 guests (adults and children).
Questions? Read our Frequently Asked Questions below or email Reunion Coordinator Helen Doherty: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration & Payment
How do I register?
How and when do I pay?
Payment is expected at the time of registration. At the check-out page, select Full Amount to pay with your registration. You will need your bank’s routing number and your account number. If you are unable to pay via e-check, you can close your browser at the check-out page (your information has been saved!) and then email email@example.com to tell us your payment plans. Checks may be mailed to the Aloha Foundation at 2968 Lake Morey Rd, Fairlee, VT 05045.
Can I bring my whole family?
You are welcome to bring your family. Please keep in mind space is limited to 400 guests which includes adults and children (over 4).
How much is Reunion registration?
If you are choosing to stay on campus for the weekend, the “standard adult registration” cost for the reunion is $350, with a sliding scale option including rates of $300 and $250 per person. (Children’s rates are $250, with a sliding scale option including rates of $200 and $150.)
If you are choosing to find other accommodations, the “day registration” cost is $250, with sliding scale options including rates of $200 and $150. The “day registration” allows you to participate on any or all days of your choosing. Children’s rates are $150, with a sliding scale option of $100.)
What is included in the registration fee?
The “standard registration” includes accommodations for Friday and Saturday night, meals (Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, refreshments, dinner, Sunday breakfast and lunch), activities and events, Reunion polo or t-shirt (please choose your shirt size when you register), and a special gift.
The “day registration” includes meals (Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, refreshments, dinner, Sunday breakfast and lunch), activities and events, Reunion polo or t-shirt (please choose your shirt size when you register), and a special gift.
What is the cancellation policy?
Except in the event of a medically documented illness, you are responsible for the full fee if withdrawal is made within 30 days of the start of the program.
Is bedding included in the cost of registration?
Accommodations & Meals
Where will guests sleep?
What are the bathroom facilities like?
I’d prefer not to stay on campus. What are some nearby lodging options?
Lake Morey Resort (800) 423-1211
The Lyme Inn (603) 795-4824
Loch Lyme Lodge (603) 795-2141
Dowd’s Country Inn (603) 795-4712
The Norwich Inn (802) 649-1143
There are several AirBnB options in the Fairlee and West Fairlee area.
Will there be vegetarian, gluten free, or dairy free options during the weekend?
Frequently Asked Questions
When will there be a schedule posted?
Will the Reunion be wheelchair accessible?
Will there be camp merchandise available to purchase during the weekend?
Can I bring a musical instrument?
Are pets welcome at the Reunion?
May I work at the Reunion instead of attending as a guest?
Will I be able to see who else is attending the Reunion?
Do you require COVID-19 vaccination or testing?
We’d love to extend our stay in Fairlee and experience MORE camp!
Ohana Family Camp (Ohana campus on Lake Fairlee)
Saturday, August 12 – Thursday, August 17
Join us for Ohana’s new 9th Session of Family Camp! At Ohana, campers of all ages enjoy favorite camp activities such as archery, tennis, arts, wood shop, rocketry (yes, rocketry!), as well as swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, and so much more! Looking for something quieter? Read a book on the porch of the Main Lodge and take in the stunning view of the lake and Middlebrook Valley. Summer evenings bring campfires, music making, amateur talent shows, expert talks on cultural and natural history, and other community entertainment. Delicious meals are prepared for you three times a day by Ohana’s chef and talented kitchen crew, and served in the camp’s classic dining hall, so your focus can be on fun and family (not doing dishes)! Families stay in rustic cabins or tents. To learn more or register, visit https://alohafoundation.org/ohana-family-camp/!
Hulbert Family Camp (Aloha campus on Lake Morey)
Sunday, August 13 – Saturday, August 19
Hulbert’s August Family Camp is truly a summer camp experience for the whole family! Held on Aloha’s campus on Lake Morey, families stay in tents or cabins and enjoy family-style meals in Aloha’s dining room. Experience traditional summer camp elements such as a wide range of activities, local hikes, cookout dinner, evening programs and singing, and the chance to make lasting friendships. Our dynamic team of staff, drawn from our residential summer camp staff, bring variety, fun, and enthusiasm to our full days and nights of activities. Enjoy swimming, canoeing, paddleboarding, tennis, arts & crafts, campcraft, landsports, kids’ games, and more! Or simply relax on the porch and soak in the beauty of Vermont. Great food, great friends, and fun for all ages! Visit https://alohafoundation.org/hulbert-family-camp/ to learn more and register!