LOGISTICS

Important Information for Your Upcoming
Leadership Development Training (Module III)

Welcome! In preparation for LDT III 2022, you will need the following logistical information.

◇ Important Dates & Times

◇ Travel Information

◇ What to Bring

◇ Logistics FAQs & Contact Information

Please read through this page in its entirety, and please provide us with information we will need in order to best take care of you.

LDT Module III:
DECEMBER 8 at 2:00pm – DECEMBER 11 

at 2:00PM

 

Dates & Times

 Please take a moment to put the following events/deadlines into your calendar:

 November 19th
◇ Food & Accommodation payment due
Click here to submit your payment

Travel

◇  Plan to arrive on site by 2:00pm for check-in on December 8th.

◇ If you have an emergency and must arrive later than 2:15pm, please let us know as we’ll begin promptly at 2:30pm.

◇ Please have lunch beforehand, as the first meal we provide will be dinner.

◇  Problems while traveling? Call our event manager:
Alan Herber 570-862-2428

◇ Four Springs is approximately 85 miles from San Francisco, just north of the Napa Valley region, near Middletown, CA. The drive from San Francisco, Oakland, or Sacramento airports are each about 2.5 hours by car from Four Springs. If you are flying into SF, your flight will need to arrive by 12:00pm in order to arrive at the site on time – this allows for any delays, luggage, rental car pick-up and any stops along the way. 

Four Springs
14598 Sheveland Road
Middletown, CA 95461
Phone: (888) 428-5189

 

TRAVEL INFORMATION

There are numerous airports to choose from in Northern and Southern California. Below is a list of airports, beginning from the closest to the farthest from the site. Please use Google Maps or Mapquest to determine which option will be best for you.
◇ San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
◇ Oakland International Airport (OAK)
◇ Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

Driving & Carpool Tips:

There is no shuttle service provided for this session. If you are flying from outside of California, please contact local participants to request a carpool, or plan to rent a car from the airport and perhaps share the rental with other out-of-state participants. Likewise, if you are a local participant, please contact your peers to also set up carpools, if needed. Here is a link to the carpool forum to coordinate your needs. It is your responsibility to know how long it will take to drive to the site from your location, and allow enough time for your arrival.

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Please note everyone, no matter what their current vaccine status, will be required to show proof of negative COVID-19 test within 12 hours of arrival to the Event Manager. If you are flying, you will need to provide one prior to your flight and a second negative test within 12 hours of arrival on site.

Click on the below button to review our full COVID-19 protocols.

WHAT TO BRING

◇ A large covered water bottle

◇ A covered mug for tea service

◇ Your organized Training binder with enough note paper

◇ At least 2 pens

◇ Any materials needed to do your review presentation (to the whole cohort)

◇ Any materials needed to present a process of your project (to your small group)

◇ Whatever device you use to access online music for your Project Presentation (or body piece, if applicable)

◇ A Blue Tooth speaker, if you use music for your Project Presentation (and/or body piece, if applicable)

◇ An item that represents the Divine to you, to be put on the altar for the duration of the weekend

◇ Loose comfortable clothes for 4 days

◇ Dress in warm/heavy layers, and be sure to include workout/yoga clothes and a shawl or sweaters.

◇ A warm jacket, beanie or hat, gloves

◇ Warm socks/slippers

◇ A pair of good hiking/running shoes and rain/snow boots

◇ A swimsuit (if you desire a cold plunge)

◇ Any supplements, or special dietary items you may need

◇ Toiletry items, including shampoo/conditioner, body wash, make-up, etc.

◇ Personal body & face towels (and optional robe)

◇ An alarm clock, watch/time keeper AND a wrist watch

◇ A flashlight or headlamp with working (and spare) batteries

◇ If possible, electric blanket and/or portable space heaters (cabins can be cold in winter months). If you live locally (vs. flying), please consider bringing an extra for cabin-mates

Food & Accommodations

◇ Please send us your food and accommodation payment, no later than November 19th.

◇ The total F&A cost for LDT III is $595
Click here to submit your payment

◇ Please note: Four Springs accommodations are rustic and can be cold in the winter months. If you are local/driving and have access to space heaters or electric blankets, we encourage you to please bring these. If you have access to extras, and would be willing, please consider bringing for those flying. Please also bring your own bathing towels. 

HAVE QUESTIONS?

We are looking forward to what will be a wonderful training.  If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Stay Engaged. Keep Staffing!