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New York City Chapter

Location

New York City, NY 10003

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The New York City Chapter of American Pilgrims was recognized in May of 2013 and serves the New York metropolitan tri-state area.


Broadly stated, the purpose of this local chapter is to keep members connected to the Camino and to introduce new people to the phenomenon. We plan to accomplish this in a number of ways, such as social events, walks, mentoring future pilgrims and serving as a local host for hospitalero training through American Pilgrims.

  • To offer opportunities for local pilgrims to gather and hold events related to the Camino.
  • To mentor future pilgrims, promote the pilgrimage and American Pilgrims through social gatherings.
  • To serve as a local host for hospitalero training in the New York City area.

If you'd like to have your name added to the New York City Pilgrims' email list, sign up today. Contact chapter coordinator  Anne Leonard at NewYorkCity@americanpilgrims.org for more information.


Events

The chapter schedules walks, talks, potlucks and much more!

To see what we’re doing, please visit the Local Chapter Events Calendar and select our chapter name in the "All Events Category" pull-down menu. This will filter to display only our chapter's events.

Want to know what we're up to? Just email us to learn what events we're planning.


Are you interested in learning more about the Camino?

Consider joining the American Pilgrims on the Camino Facebook group for great dialogue, Q&A, photos and a running commentary about the Camino from like-minded pilgrims.

Mentor Program

The New York City chapter Camino Mentor Program can match individuals who have questions about their upcoming Camino with a nearby veteran who can answer questions. Contact us for details.

Experienced Camino walkers and cyclists who would like to serve as mentors should contact us so that you can be added to our resource list. Potential mentors should provide us with your name, zip code and a brief rundown of your experience including walking or cycling, which route and when.


Rev 10/20/19