Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Pavilion Kitchen

Pavilion Kitchen 2014 Pavilion Kitchen 2014 Doug Bates

Limited Amenities

NO DISHES OR COOKWARE PROVIDED: Kitchen appliances remain but shelves are bare. Bring everything you need to cook and dine.

DISINFECT AND CLEAN AS YOU GO: Supplies will be available. Be proactive and attend to individual
cleanliness.

Subject to change. Read the latest guidelines here.

During the warm months of summer, the Pavilion Kitchen is a spacious place to prepare food, enjoy the company of friends, and clean your dishes. As the weather gets cold, the sink needs to be shut off and the Food Storage Cabin gets used for the healing work of the massage therapists. The Pavilion sinks are turned off during the last week of October. Pots, pans, and utensils are not currently provided stored away for the winter. We may have wood fires in the Pavilion in the evenings depending on what the county allows. The community kitchen in the Oak House is still available. Be aware that there will normally be a wait time for your turn in the Oak House kitchen. Quiet hours begin at 10:00 PM and cooking after that time is discouraged. If you are camping, a propane or white gas stove gives you more independence for food preparation. No wood fires or charcoal grills please. There are kitchen sinks outside the Main Bath for washing dishes.

Last modified on Thursday, 30 July 2020 14:52

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