Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28Touchstone Center for Crafts The natural setting for your creative nature 21 Lodging Lodging on campus is the most convenient option for students participating in weekend or weeklong craft workshops. Residing onsite enables you to enjoy the camaraderie and artistic cross- pollination that occurs when students live, create, and break bread on campus. All lodging packages include a full meal package. If you decide to stay on campus in one of our comfortable accommodations, please note the following guidelines: > Residents may bring their own sheets, blankets, pillows, and towels. Linen packages are available to rent. > Children 12 and under stay free with a parent or guardian in the same room. > Lodging space is limited, so please make reservations early to avoid disappointment. > Touchstone does not allow pets on campus except for service animals assisting the physically handicapped. Lodging Options Residence Halls Rooms in our Campbell and Kinard residence halls have two single beds per room with two open wardrobes for storing clothing. Many people find these accommodations to be the most comfortable option at Touchstone. Each floor of the dormitory has four rooms with two shared bathrooms. The dormitories are heated, but not air conditioned. Cabins The cabins are nestled throughout Touchstone’s beautiful woodland campus. They are not equipped with air conditioning or heat and are served by a bathhouse located a short distance from all residential buildings. The cabins offer guests close proximity to studios and a rustic charm that is appreciated by generations of Touchstone students. Camping Tent camping is available on campus and is the most affordable lodging option. RVs are not permitted. Those camping on Touchstone’s property will have access to the bathhouse. Off-Campus Lodging In the event that a student opts to stay off-campus or that Touchstone’s accommodations are filled to capacity, additional lodging is available at several nearby locations. Please mention your workshop at Touchstone when making lodging reservations to be eligible for the special discounts that many of these establishments offer to Touchstone students. For a complete listing of off-campus lodging options, visit www.touchstonecrafts.org/lodging.and.meals. Meals All students lodging on campus will receive a full meal package. Commuter students may purchase either a full lunch or full dinner plan prior to arrival on campus; individual meals will not be available for purchase. Touchstone understands that the value of a student’s overall campus experience extends beyond the studio, and we assure our guests that the presentation and quality of the food and beverage service will be maintained at a high standard. Touchstone asks that you indicate any food allergies and/or preferences during the registration process, so that we can do our best to meet your needs. We regret that we cannot accommodate kosher diets, however vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free foods are available with advanced notice. Note: Touchstone has very limited food preparation facilities available to guests. There is a small microwave and refrigerator in the Dining Hall for guests’ convenience, but any type of substantive cooking (except over a campfire) will not be possible. Check-in and Checkout Listed workshop dates and descriptions do not include check-in and checkout times. Visit www.touchstonecrafts.org for details on check-in/ checkout times for each workshop format. Workshop Hours and Programming Schedule Listed workshop dates and descriptions do not include workshop hours. Visit www.touchstonecrafts.org to view workshop hours for each workshop format. Student Safety Guidelines While Touchstone encourages students and instructors to maximize their fun and camaraderie while on our beautiful campus, we have several student safety guidelines that must be understood and respected by all participants in order to maintain a secure and nurturing learning environment. Visit www.touchstonecrafts.org to learn more about student safety guidelines. CAMPUS LIFE