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Young Adults

Policies | Community Building | Speakers/Workshops

Policies

The campground policy is that anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Any Minor 12 years of age or younger must be supervised at all times. We have a soft curfew of 10PM for all minors. All minors must be supervised after that time.

NYS Law prohibits anyone under the age of 15 from being in the hot tub.

Some workshops will be listed as "Adults Only". This means these workshops may be attended only by those 18 and over. Youth are free to attend other workshops. Adults are discouraged from attending teen programming.

New York State prohibits the sale or provision of alcoholic beverages to anyone under the age of 21.

Further questions about the care and feeding of your teen at the Starwood Festival should be directed towards: youngadults@rosencomet.com.

Community Building

As in years passed, we're planning a growing line-up for the teenagers, including:

Pizza Party

Tuesday at 6:00
This meet & greet has been a tradition for over 10 years. It’s a chance for people in the same age range to get introduced, eat some pizza & to get info about the programming such as updates & changes. Workshop presenters are encouraged to come.

Teen Pool/ Hot Tub Party

D.J. Geo will be playing some tunes & taking requests.

Pufferdome Party

Young adults come dance and hang past curfew on Tuesday Night!. D.J. Geo will be taking requests - bring your tunes too!

Teen Drum Circle

We will learn fire circle etiquette and use the drum beat learned at the drum workshop to have a fire circle experience in the Roundhouse.

Speakers/Workshops

Ingrid Eyen
Teen Safer Sexuality
Teen Sex Chat
Chris Koester
Roleplaying 102
Kris Lupinski
Improv
Ravenoir
African Drumming
Gwyneth Ravenscraft
Scavenger Hunt
Capture the Flag
Bonnie Rovics
Youth Power!
Youth Oppresion/Youth Empowerment
Philip Schreffler
Roleplaying 102
Shannon Smith
Roleplaying 101
Traeseare
Coming out of the Broom Closet
Releasing Shields
Luke Wysong
Roleplaying 101
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