Our team has carefully curated a weekend full of activities to choose from. This is a great opportunity to try new activities, enjoy ones you already love, and create a weekend you will remember forever.

  1. Please choose only one 4-hour class per day (rock climbing, mountain biking, paddling, long hike) and fill the rest of your schedule with the shorter 2-hour classes / workshops.
  2. Please do not sign up for the same class/workshop more than once to ensure all participants have the chance to try different activities. Yoga is an exception to this rule - you can sign up for this more than once.. 
  3. If you are interested in a class that is full please sign up for the waitlist. We do have the ability to increase capacity in some classes if there is enough interest.
  4. Please note: You cannot double book time slots. If you select a community event like a meal or happy hour that overlaps with a class you will not be able to sign up for the class. You DO NOT need to add the community events to your schedule as everyone is welcome. so prioritize adding the classes / workshops to your schedule first.
Following these guidelines will help ensure that you don’t overdo it and that everyone will get to have a weekend full of different experiences.
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Sarah Cabot

Battle Creek Cellars + Primarius
Sarah is an incredibly dynamic winemaker and individual. Her story has taken her from the esteemed halls of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Art in Jazz Composition, to finding a love of wine working as a sommelier during college. That passion led her back to her native Pacific Northwest to become one of Oregon’s top winemakers.

Today, she joins of a very short list of winemakers who crush more than 1,000 tons of Pinot Noir per year while making critically acclaimed wines with each vintage.

From her boutique roots, Sarah joined Primarius Winery to bring the best of Oregon Pinot Noir to wine lovers throughout the country at an extraordinary value believing that everyone should be able to experience it. She also helped to reinvigorate Battle Creek Cellars to further tell the story of Oregon’s nuanced terroir.

In 2015, Sarah made the personal decision to abstain from consuming alcohol as a way to center her mind, body and soul. She still tastes her wines to ensure their flavor and profile and says she believes she is creating her best wines to-date. Her decision also reconnected with her athleticism and the outdoors and she’s always looking for new ways to get involved with the community.