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Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

Afternoon Concert Café

Sunday, November 26, 4:00pm

Come to the church-cum-café for the beautiful acoustic music of “Living Roots” with Seamus Maynard and Meaghan Witri. (Our local priest, Patrick Kennedy, may even open the afternoon with a few songs of his own.) Light refreshments will be served.

Admission: Free. Donations to support the Christian Community Church are welcome.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Information: Call 845-573-9080.


Sponsored by The Seminary
of the Christian Community in North America

Building Christ Community:
An Open Course
Especially for Affiliates
With Rev. Bastiaan Baan,
Rev. Patrick Kennedy,
& Rev. Oliver Steinrueck

Monday, November 27–Friday, December 1

In this open course, we will investigate how community in affiliates and congregations of The Christian Community can be built up.

Themes to be covered will include: • Body, soul and spirit of a community • Pioneering situations: How to begin? • Organization, finances and practice • “You are the Body of Christ”: A Theology of community building.

Fee: $150, includes breakfast each day.

Location: The Seminary of the Christian Community, 7 Carmen Court, Chestnut Ridge, NY.

For information, and to register: Email info@christiancommunityseminary.org, call 845-356-0972, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Green Meadow Waldorf School

Celebrate the Seasons
with a Waldorf Teacher

Wednesday, November 29, 3:30-5:00pm
Saturday, December 9, 10:30am-12:00pm

For families with children ages 3-7. Come spend some time in our beautiful classrooms or outside exploring the natural world. Offerings will vary by season and will include activities led by one of our early childhood teachers.

Location: Green Meadow Waldorf School, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free.

Information, and to register: Contact Barbara Mann: 845-356-2514 x326 or bmann@gmws.org.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Celebrating Advent:
Making an Advent Wreath
With Chris Marlow

Thursday, November 30, 9:00am-12:00pm

Create a beautiful wreath for your home.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY. Park on Orchard Lane.

Fee: $25 includes materials.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit our web site.


Sponsored by Green Meadow Waldorf School

Introductory Session
for Prospective Parents

Friday, December 1, 9:00-11:00am
Friday, January 19, 9:00-11:00am
Friday, March 16, 9:00-11:00am
Friday, May 11, 9:00-11:00am

Join us to learn more about Waldorf education. The morning includes a short video, a campus tour, and a Q&A with our Administrator and several faculty members.

Location: The Arts Building, Green Meadow Waldorf School, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free.

Information, and to register: Contact Melissa McDonagh: 845-356-2514 x302 or mmcdonagh@gmws.org.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Fiber Craft Studio
Open Studio Afternoons

Friday, December 1, 2:00-4:30pm
Holiday Hours: December 15 & 22, 11:00am-4:30pm

Come visit us at our Studio in Orchard House on Friday afternoons through December 22 to browse, see us at work, and experience our unique plant-dyed materials. Our yarns and craft kits are available for sale, and we are ready to assist you as needed.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY. Park on Orchard Lane.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit our web site.


Sponsored by the Fellowship Community

Fellowship Community Christmas Festival and Holiday Sale

Friday, December 1, 2:00-7:00pm
Saturday, December 2, 10:00am-7:00pm
Sunday, December 3, 10:00am-3:00pm

Our many workshops have been busy all year making wonderful and unique gifts: Candles, wooden toys, Waldorf dolls, hand-woven scarves and mittens, books, pottery, jams, jewelry and much much more! Our gem and mineral collection is superb! Children of all ages will enjoy our gift-making activities and be delighted by the weekend-long puppetry and music. The Fellowship's continuous Café offers wholesome homemade savory and sweet dishes.

Proceeds from this event will benefit education and eldercare initiatives at the Fellowship Community.

Location: The Fellowship Community, 241 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Admission and parking are free.

Information: Call 845-356-8494 x2, or visit www.fellowshipcommunity.org.


Sponsored Threefold Educational Foundation
& the Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research

Spiritual Science
and Technology Retreat

Friday, December 1-Sunday, December 3

Who Is Invited
Anyone with a strong connection to anthroposophy who is actively engaged inwardly and/or outwardly with the issue of technology.

Retreat Objectives
• Deepen our understanding of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual scientific ideas about technology and human and earthly evolution.
• Share perspectives, experiences, and research questions concerning technology with each other.
• Consider how individuals in the various practical fields of anthroposophy can collaborate together, and with other like-minded people from various backgrounds, to contribute to the ethical use and development of technology for the betterment of humanity.
• Share ideas and plans for future technology-related activities and events.

Schedule
The retreat begins with registration at 4:00pm on Friday, December 1, and ends at 12:30pm on Sunday, December 3. A complete schedule will be sent to registrants in November. A pre-retreat meeting for First Class members of the School of Spiritual Science on the topic of technology will take place at 2:00pm on Friday, December 1. More details will be provided with the registration information.

Required Preparatory Reading
Chapters 1-4 (up to page 102) of Machines and the Human Spirit by Paul Emberson. This book can be ordered from Threefold Educational Center when you register.

Retreat Fee
The Regular Rate is a sliding scale, $75 to $125 (includes dinner on Friday, lunch and dinner on Saturday, and snacks). Young Adults (ages 18-35) may register for $36.00. The fee is intended to cover the costs of the conference, which we estimate will average $100 per participant. Please contribute what you can. If the fee or book purchase is a financial hardship for you, contact Gary Lamb and we will do our best to meet your needs.

Registration deadline: The registration deadline has been extended to November 26. We would appreciate it if you register as soon as possible. We are using your responses on the registration form to help form the retreat agenda and to make other practical arrangements.

Housing is not included in the conference fee. For information about housing in the Threefold community, visit this page.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information: For more information, contact Gary Lamb: glamb@thecenterforsocialresearch.org.

Click here to register.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

Calming the Chaos Within
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, December 2, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

We live in a troubled world, and experience daily anxieties and darknesses of every kind, that rattle and frazzle, shake and drain us, constantly knocking the ground out from under us, clouding our clarity, and upsetting our equilibrium. This workshop will focus on selected exercises and tools drawn from drama, movement, and creative speech to ground and calm, manage the darkness and chaos, and help us to strengthen our inner creative life and take hold of ourselves again, so we can bring our best to the present moment.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& the Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research

Shaping Technology
to Serve Our Humanity
Gopi Krishna Vijaya
& Sebastian Heycke

Saturday, December 2, 7:30-9:00pm

Throughout history, human beings have applied technology to build roads, bridges, and other infrastructure to serve human needs. In our time, digital and information-based technologies have become an increasingly active agent in shaping human existence and previously untouched aspects of human life.

This talk, a session of the Spiritual Science and Technology Retreat, will explore the evolution of technology, its impact on human life, and its relationship to the development of human capacities. Most importantly, it will address the question of what steps we can take towards shaping technology to (pre)serve our humanity.

Gopi Krishna Vijaya is from Bangalore, India. He did his undergraduate physics training at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (India), and his PhD in Physics (Solar Energy) from the University of Houston (USA). He is currently engaged in the study of the Reciprocal System of Physics – a way to inculcate Goethean thought into modern physics – in Salt Lake City.

Sebastian Heycke studied interaction design in Berlin, Germany. Since arriving in Silicon Valley ten years ago, he has been designing and researching in the tecchnology industry, developing mobile products for companies such as Yahoo!, Groupon, and Facebook. It has increasingly become important to him to understand the influence of technology on our lives and what it means to accept the responsibility to shape technology in a way that honors the full human being.

Location: Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Suggested donation: $5-$30.

Information: Contact Virginia Hermann: virginia@threefold.org.


Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

Expectant Silence:
Inner Preparation for
the Advent of Christ

Tuesday, December 5, 7:30pm

Talk by Rev. Julia Polter, priest in Boston.

Admission: Donations to support the Christian Community Church are welcome.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Information: Call 845-573-9080.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Felting a Vessel
With Judit Gilbert

Saturday, December 9, 9:00am-4:00pm

Learn the basic techniques of three-dimensional resist felting.

Location: The Fiber Craft Studio, Orchard House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY. Park on Orchard Lane.

Fee: $125 includes materials.

Information: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit our web site.


Sponsored by Eurythmy Spring Valley

Where East Meets West:
Toward a Comprehensive Worldview
A Talk by Joe Serio

Saturday, December 9, 8:00pm

What is the difference between anthroposophy and Indian thought? Why should this be important? Is it simply a matter of age or appropriateness for an age? Why did Rudolf Steiner suggest that it would be good if anthroposophists studied some Vedanta, one of the ancient spiritual philosophies of India? Do the circumstances of our time make different demands upon us now than 100 years ago, when Rudolf Steiner was bringing anthroposophy? By incorporating the fruits of the past can we situate ourselves accurately in the present, so as to align ourselves freely with the future?

This event is a benefit for the ESV graduating class of 2018.

Location: School of Eurythmy, 289 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: $20 / $10 students and seniors.

Information: Call 845-352-5020 x113 or email info@eurythmy.org.


Sponsored by the Pfeiffer Center

Did You Say Bread?
The Lost Art of
Outdoor Oven Baking
With Chef Anthony LoPinto

Sunday, December 10, 9:00am-1:00pm

Chef Anthony LoPinto will take us on an exploration of making dough for and baking pita, pizza, and bread (as well as other quick dishes) using the heat of the Pfeiffer Center’s wood-fired outdoor cob oven. Please dress warmly! We will taste what we have prepared and bring some home to share!

Anthony LoPinto is an alum of the Pfeiffer Center’s One-Year Part-Time Training in Biodynamics.

Location: The Pfeiffer Center garden, opposite Threefold Main House, 275 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $40.

Information, and to register: Call 845-352-5020 x113, email info@pfeiffercenter.org, or visit this page.


Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

The Advent Ship

Sunday, December 10, 4:30pm

Deepen the experience of the Advent season with a special story and activity for children age 9 and younger. The event culminates by inviting the children to place candlelit wooden boats on a winding “river” of blue cloth, filling the chapel with light and song.

Admission: Donations to support the Christian Community Church are welcome.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Information: Call 845-573-9080.


Sponsored by The Pfeiffer Center

Pfeiffer Center Products Sale

Monday, December 11, 2:00-6:00pm
Tuesday, December 12, 2:00-6:00pm

The Pfeiffer Center’s own-made biodynamic herb teas, healing salve, and lightroot herb salt will be available for sale at the Hungry Hollow Co-op. These very special hand-made products make wonderful holiday gifts — and be sure to treat yourself, too!

All proceeds from this sale benefit the Pfeiffer Center's educational programs.

Location: Hungry Hollow Co-op, 841 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Information: Call 845-352-5020 x120 or email info@pfeiffercenter.org.


Sponsored by Eurythmy Spring Valley

School of Eurythmy
Fall End-of-Term Festival

Wednesday, December 13, 7:30pm
Thursday, December 14, 7:30pm

Since the beginning of the school year, our 1st, 2nd, 4th year and stage training students have been immersed in learning the many elements at each stage of their studies. It is always remarkable to see the clear steps of development and refinement inherent in the training, through watching our student presentations from the first class through the post-graduate year. This year, we are blessed with a large group of combined 4th and 5th year students, for what is sure to be a an exciting and joyful sharing. We invite you to join us in celebrating their work at our Fall End-of-Term Festival.

Location: Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Donations welcome.

Information: Call 845-352-5020 x113 or email info@eurythmy.org.


Sponsored by The Christian Community—
Movement for Religious Renewal

Mary and the Human Soul

Friday & Saturday, December 15 & 16

A weekend workshop in preparation of Advent with Revs. Patrick Kennedy and Carol Kelly, priest in the Greater Washington-Baltimore area. In this workshop, we will explore Mary in Art, in the Gospels, in esoteric Christianity and the life of prayer.

Suggested donation: $60.

Location: The Christian Community, 15 Margetts Rd., Monsey, NY.

Information: Call 845-573-9080.


Sponsored Threefold Educational Center

Threefold Community
Family Christmas Festival

Sunday, December 17, 4:00pm

In preparation for the Holy Nights, join us for this year’s Community Family Christmas Festival. The joy and quiet of the season will be shared through story, singing, poetry, music and eurythmy.

Location: Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free. Donations welcome.

Information: Call 845-352-5020 x113 or email info@eurythmy.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Center

The Paradise Play

Friday, December 22, 4:30-5:30pm

The Shepherds Play

Friday, December 22, 7:00pm

In the late 1850s, the Austrian linguist Karl Julius Schröer collected and published the Christmas Plays of Oberufer, a cycle of Medieval mystery plays that had been preserved by residents of the village of Oberufer, near Bratislava. Members and friends of the Threefold Community are pleased to continue this ancient tradition. The Paradise Play presents the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise, but with the promise of future salvation. The Shepherds Play depicts the birth of Jesus in a stable, where he is sought out by a group of simple shepherds.

Age 9 and up for The Paradise Play, please.

The final play in the cycle, The Kings Play, will be presented on January 6.

Location: Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Donations welcome.

Information: Contact Christa Lynch: christa@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Center

The Kings Play

Saturday, January 6, 7:00pm

In the late 1850s, the Austrian linguist Karl Julius Schröer collected and published the Christmas Plays of Oberufer, a cycle of Medieval mystery plays that had been preserved by residents of the village of Oberufer, near Bratislava. Members and friends of the Threefold Community are pleased to continue this ancient tradition. Age 11 and up only, please.

Location: Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Donations welcome.

Information: Contact Christa Lynch: christa@threefold.org.


Sponsored by the Pfeiffer Center

The Agriculture Course:
An Intensive Study of the Origins
and Future of Biodynamics

2018 Focus: White Oak & Chamomile as Biodynamic Preparations and Healing Plants
With Mac Mead,
Jean-David Derreumaux,
Megan Durney, Harald Hoven,
Dr. Steven Johnson, & Deb Soule

Friday, January 12-Monday, January 15

The Pfeiffer Center’s 2018 midwinter intensive study of biodynamics offers participants an in-depth examination of two plants used in making biodynamic preparations: white oak and chamomile. Through a combination of lectures, artistic activities, practical experiences, observation exercises, and conversation we will investigate what qualities give these humble plants their powerful medicinal healing powers.

This long weekend is truly a unique educational and social opportunity to broaden and deepen your understanding of the role of biodynamics in the development of humanity and agriculture. Join us!

For updated information about the program and online registration, please visit this page.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

What Ails Thee?
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, January 13, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

Can we move beyond our busy and preoccupied modern habit of “HeyhowyadoingFinethanks”? Can we seek ways to turn the clear light of cool objectivity on our own soul lives and bring warm attentive interest to the human being in front of us? Can we learn to truly ask, “How are you? How can I help?” This deep-winter journey focuses on partner and pair activities and exercises that revolve around healing interactions with the Other, and how to meet in the Middle, out of truly quest-ing openness.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by the Fiber Craft Studio

Sheep to Shawl:
A Year-Long Course in
Artistic Fiber Crafts

10 Saturdays, January-December 2017
First meeting: January 28

This course offers an opportunity to create a special garment by transforming wool fibers into a knitted shawl. Each participant will create a beautiful and functional piece that is imbued with healing forces and uniquely suited to his or her individuality.

The traditional hands-on activities of washing and carding wool, spinning with the spindle and the wheel, dyeing fibers with plant-colors and knitting will be approached with a spirit of research and renewal. Background reading, presentations and conversations will complement the hands-on activities. Regular practice and study — in addition to the work in class — is recommended and will amplify the experience of this year-long journey.

Each Saturday, art and/or movement classes will be offered to accompany the handwork sessions and bring enlivening impulses to each individual as well as the group.

This course is open to beginners and experienced fiber artisans.

Schedule: The course meets on ten Saturdays from 9:00am-5:00pm: January 27, February 17, March 10, April 7, May 5, June 9, September 8, October 13, November 10, and December 8.

Tuition: $995 includes materials.

Information, and to register: Call 845-425-2891, email information@fibercraftstudio.org, or visit this page.


Sponsored by Green Meadow Waldorf School

Understanding
Waldorf Education: Part 1
With Jack Petrash

Tuesday, January 30, 7:30-9:00pm

Retired Washington Waldorf School class teacher, author, and TEDx Speaker Jack Petrash is an experienced Class Teacher, an engaging thinker, and a beloved guest at Green Meadow. He is the author of Understanding Waldorf Education and several other books.

For parents of children in Lower School and Middle School (Grades 1-8).

Location: Arts Building Music Room, Green Meadow Waldorf School, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free.

Information: Contact Vicki Larson at 845-356-2514 x311, or vlarson@gmws.org.


Sponsored by Green Meadow Waldorf School

A Morning in the
Nursery/Kindergarten

Thursday, February 8, 9:30-11:00am
Saturday, March 3, 9:30-11:00am

Join us with your child to experience a typical morning in our Early Childhood program. Enjoy bread-baking, circle time, outdoor play, and more!

Location: Kindergarten Building, Green Meadow Waldorf School, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free.

Information: To register, contact Barbara Mann at 845.356.2514 x326 or bmann@gmws.org.


Sponsored by The Speech School of North America

The Art of the Speaking Word:
Weekend Workshops 2017-18

A bouquet of weekend workshops for teachers, parents, and anyone interested in cultivating this signature of being human: the spoken word. All levels of experience are welcome!

The Art of the Speaking Word in Drama:
The Self in the Community

Barbara Renold & Laurie Portocarrero
February 22-25

We will turn our focus from breathing in the story pictures of the hexameter to breathing with others in a dramatic situation. How does our speech express this different style? For our Saturday session, we will join the workshop “Art of Acting, Art of Being Together” with Laurie Portocarrero for a day of exploring ensemble building and group dynamics.

Working on the Weekly Verses of
the Calendar of the Soul, Part II

Helen Lubin, Barbara Renold & Jennifer Kleinbach
March 23-25

This will be our second workshop with Helen Lubin, who will continue her work with the theme of inner and outer, using examples from Rudolf Steiner’s Calendar of the Soul. On Saturday morning there will again be an opportunity to participate in a rehearsal of the Threefold Speech Chorus with Jennifer Kleinbach.

Barbara Renold is the director of the Threefold Mystery Drama Group. She was on the faculty of Sunbridge College from 1983 until 2007.

Schedule: Each weekend workshop will begin on Friday at 4:00pm, with 90 minutes of intensive work on Rudolf Steiner’s speech exercises, originally given to teachers and lecturers. The Saturday session runs from 9:30am to 6:00pm, and the weekend wraps up with a morning session, 9:30am–noon.

Location: All workshops take place on the campus of Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $125 for each workshop, or $400 for the series. Financial assistance is available upon request.

Information, and to register: Contact Barbara Renold at barbararenold@yahoo.com or 845-356-0674.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Foundation
& The Art of Acting

Art of Acting, Art of
Being Together
With Laurie Portocarrero

Saturday, February 24, 9:00am-5:00pm

A workshop in the series, The Art of Acting, Art of Being Human.

Our Western culture has a highly developed experience of individuality and self-sufficiency, perhaps at the expense of our ancient instinctive sensitivity for the group or community. Can we build a new, conscious connection to one another? In this workshop, the focus is on ensemble-building games and play, exercises in group dynamics. Great for those on boards or in faculties, for people creating schools or building businesses, or anyone seeking to experience ourselves as a conscious collective, bringing our best individual selves to the service of the community.

Laurie Portocarrero trained in the Chekhov method under Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan, and has studied and taught movement, drama and speech in the US and abroad. A member of The Actors’ Ensemble, Walking the dog Theater, Shakespeare Alive! and Threefold Mystery Drama Group, Laurie also directs a summer children’s program, Shakespeare on the Green, and teaches drama and storytelling to special needs adults.

Location: Threefold Educational Center, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: $115.

Information, and to register: Visit this page for a full description of this series of workshops and online registration. For more information, call 845-352-5020 x124 or email billday@threefold.org.


Sponsored by Threefold Educational Center

Threefold Community
Speech Chorus
With Jennifer Kleinbach

Saturdays, 10:00-11:00am
Spring Block: February 24-May 19

May human beings hear it . . .

In the artistic forming of speech we take as raw material our gift of speech and lift it, shape it, mold it, and breathe life into it. This joyful work fully engages the whole human being, body, soul, and spirit — all our senses — our very breath.

This course will meet weekly, building a foundation of choral speech through exercises and seasonally themed pieces. Each block can be taken separately, and culminates in a festival sharing. Open to men and women; no experience necessary!

Location: Red Barn Painting Studio, 85 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Fee: Sliding Scale, $10-$160 for each block.

Information, and to register: Contact Virginia Hermann at virginia@threefold.org or 845-352-5020 x118; or Jennifer Kleinbach at jennykbach@gmail.com.


Sponsored by Green Meadow Waldorf School

Understanding
Waldorf Education: Part 2
With Betty Staley

Monday, April 23, 7:30-9:00pm

Betty Staley directs the Waldorf High School Teacher Education at Rudolf Steiner College in CA, as well as programs for public school teachers. A Waldorf educator for over 30 years at the kindergarten, elementary, high school, and teacher training levels, she is a founder of the Sacramento Waldorf High School, where she taught history and literature for 19 years.

For parents of children in High School (Grades 9-12).

Location: Arts Building Music Room, Green Meadow Waldorf School, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.

Admission: Free.

Information: Contact Vicki Larson at 845-356-2514 x311, or vlarson@gmws.org.

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