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Veterans Family Retreat – Callaway Gardens Robin Lake Beach
September 18 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT$75 – $250
We believe that health and happiness is a natural outcome of living a holistic lifestyle. But what does that really mean for you and your family? Optimal Living Education & Retreats LLC and our team of experts invite you to bring your family (up to (4)combination of children and/or adults) for a day of holistic lifestyle education workshops and experiences in nature at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. Experience is the best teacher.
Take in the changing colors of fall on over 2,500 spectacular acres, filled with hiking and bike trails and world-class golf. Laze the autumn days away or try your hand at watersports on Robin Lake, featuring the world’s largest man-made white sand beach. Leave your cares at home and allow yourself for one day to explore a lifestyle that fosters more happiness and health.
Holistic Lifestyle Workshop options include: partner yoga (adults and children), introduction to meditation, mindfulness nature walk, the art of touch (beach-side couples massage), financial wellness, eating to live and special children’s activities.
Make this staycation less than 2-hrs away from Atlanta, Montgomery, Columbus or anywhere in the Chattahoochee Valley a day trip. Or maybe you want to extend your stay at Callaway Gardens through the weekend. We invite you to visit their website for more information and to check their optional accommodations.
Registration at the Robins Lake Beach opens at 10AM
Holistic Lifestyle Classes 11AM – 1PM
Lunch 1PM-2PMHolistic Lifestyle Classes 2PM – 4PM
Butterfly Garden Tour 3PM – 4PM
On Your Own Callaway Gardens Exploration 4PM – Dusk
Facts About Veterans
The military men and women who serve and protect the U.S. come from all walks of life; they are parents, children, grandparents, friends, neighbors, and coworkers, and are an important part of their communities. Here are some facts about the veteran population of the United States:
18.2 million living veterans served during at least one war as of 2018.
9 percent of veterans are women.7 million veterans served during the Vietnam War.3 million veterans have served in support of the War on Terrorism.
Of the 16 million Americans who served during World War II, about 325,000 were still alive as of 2020.
2 million veterans served during the Korean War.
Many veterans fought on either side of the January, 2021 capitol insurrection.
40,000 veterans are currently homeless.