Lehrhaus is open to all adults interested in
lifelong Jewish learning and living.
Learn with teachers of extraordinary talent
while you relax on the shores of beautiful Lac La Belle.
Weekend Mini-Courses at OSRUI or
Taste of Learning at OSRUI on Saturday only!
Lehrhaus is open to all adults interested in lifelong Jewish learning and living. Participants have the option to either attend a more intense Jewish living and learning experience Friday through Sunday; or spend Saturday only at camp, enjoying a taste of learning and OSRUI. It’s your choice!
In addition to studying with our exceptional faculty, Lehrhaus participants have the opportunity to experience Shabbat at Camp: dinner with the entire Camp community, Camp Shabbat morning services, and a buffet lunch with the rest of Camp. Please note: Parents and grandparents of first-time OSRUI campers are kindly asked not to attend while their child/grandchild is a camper.
For those interested in a weekend mini-course at OSRUI, tuition of $250 per person (in double rooms) includes four 1.25 hour study sessions with the Lehrhaus faculty, Friday night conversation with all OSRUI faculty, Shabbat dinner, continental breakfast Saturday and Sunday, buffet lunch Saturday, lodging for two nights, a camp tour, and all in-camp programming. Dinner Saturday is on your own - enjoy one of the many fine restaurants in and around Oconomowoc. Accommodations are provided in The Bayit - our magnificent, newly renovated turn-of-the-(20th) century mansion. A limited number of single rooms are available for an additional $75. Check-in is at 1:00 pm Friday, and your first study session begins at 2:00 pm. Check-out is at 11:00 am Sunday.
For those interested in the Saturday only option, tuition of $75 per person includes two 1.25 hour study sessions with the Lehrhaus faculty, buffet lunch, and in-camp programming including a camp tour. Arrive between 9-9:30 am as the first study session begins at 9:30 am, and leave by 4:30 pm.
See a sample Lehrhaus schedule.
Faculty and registration information will be available Spring 2015.
For additional information, please contact Barbara Gordon
at 847-239-6984 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is underwritten in part through
a generous grant from the Daniel M. Soref Charitable Trust.