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Our calendar lists events related to Waldorf Education and other fields inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner.

Click here for AWSNA events.

To submit an event for consideration, please send a message to: the editor at Why Waldorf Works. Be sure to include the event's title, date(s), location, and a detailed description of the event. Other helpful information includes a telephone number and email address for the event's coordinator and, if applicable, a URL for the sponsoring organization.

SAVE THE DATE!

June 23-26, 2014: Hadley, MA

The AWSNA Summer Conference will be held June 23- June 26, 2014 at Hartsbrook School, in Hadley, Mass.

The theme for this year is “Cultivating Humanness within a Technological World”

featuring keynote speaker, Craig Holdrege, Ph.D., Director and Senior Researcher, Nature Institute.

Pedagogical Section Meeting: Sunday June 22 - Monday June 23

Delegates Meeting:  Thursday June 26 - Saturday June 28

Conference Details - Online Registration open now!

For more information please contact Connie Stokes at (818) 349.1394 x220 or cstokes@awsna.org


Great Lakes / Ontario


July 7 to 25, 2014: Thornhill, ON, CANADA
Metamorphosis - Summer Festival of Arts and Education

Week 1 - July 7 to 11

Morning Workshops
Art of Teaching Grade 1 – D. Hadden
Art of Teaching Grade 2 – B. Searson
Art of Teaching Grade 3 – S. Hill
Art of Teaching Grade 4 – J. Koop
Art of Teaching Grade 8 – K Humphrey
Waldorf Education Essentials – M. Lewis

Afternoon Workshops
Healing Stories – D. McFarlane
Musical Leadership – L. Glatt
Waldorf Art Curriculum – A. Gruda
Magic of Coloured Dust – B. Searson
Waldorf Homeschooling – M. Beard
Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto 9100 Bathurst #4 Thornhill, ON, CANADA 905.764.7570 info@rsct.ca

Metamorphosis - Summer Festival of Arts and Education

Week 2 - July 14 to 18

Morning Workshops
Evolution of Human Consciousness – P. Hodgkins
Deepening Anthroposophy – W. Cohen
Teaching Foreign Languages – F. Seul -Jacklein
Creative Felting – H. Church

Afternoon Workshops
Metamorphosis and
the Goetheanum – C. Hitch
Leadership in Waldorf – P. Maynard
Mood of the Fifth - Kinderharp – M. Mitchell
Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto 9100 Bathurst #4 Thornhill, ON, CANADA 905.764.7570 info@rsct.ca


Metamorphosis - Summer Festival of Arts and Education

Week 3 July 21 - 25

Morning Workshops

The Genius of English – A. Greer
Honey, Healing, and the Heart – E. Pomeranz
Healing the Wound – J. Saunders

Afternoon Workshops
Metamorphosis in Biography – R. Kurek
Working with Wood – W. Cohen

Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto 9100 Bathurst #4 Thornhill, ON, CANADA 905.764.7570 info@rsct.ca


March 26 - 28, 2015: Mariemont, OH
AWSNA Spring 2015 Regional Delegates Meeting
Location: Cincinnati Waldorf School, 6743 Chestnut Street, Mariemont, Ohio 45227 | phone: (513) 541-0220



Mid-Atlantic

April 19, 2014: Phoenixville, PA
Kirtan Benefit Concert with David Newman (DurgaDas) and Mira
7:00 pm at Kimberton Waldorf School, 410 West Seven Stars Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460
Join chant artist David Newman (DurgaDas) and his wife Mira for a joyful and moving evening of chant (Kirtan) at Kimberton Waldorf School. Kirtan is a transformational and joyful yoga mantra practice, using the power of sound and devotion to uplift the mind and open the heart. David Newman (Durga Das) and Mira are widely recognized chant artists who travel throughout the world spreading love, and uplifting others through Kirtan, sacred song and the devotional aspects of the Yoga path known as Bhakti Yoga. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. For further information, visit www.kimberton.org/kirtan, call 610.933.3635 ext. 108, or email stacylfalco@yahoo.com


Friday, April 25: Phoenixville, PA
Morning in the Kindergarten
8:30-10:30 am at Kimberton Waldorf School, 410 West Seven Stars Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460
You will have the opportunity to meet Kimberton Waldorf School faculty and learn more about our program, which is carefully designed to respond to the developmental needs of the young child through imaginative, play-based learning. Events are held in the Kindergarten Building, but we will gather in the Middle School building. All are welcome; bring a friend! Click here for further information, call 610.933.3635 ext. 108, or email admin@kimberton.org.


April 25- 27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY

Handwork Research Conference 2014

The Art of Clothing - Creative Gestures to Serve the Human Being, the Earth and the Divine

Lectures by Dr. Gerda Kramer

Presentations by Renate Hiller and Mikae Toma

The theme of this research conference will be explored in three-session working groups.

The fruit of this joined work will be gathered in the plenum.

For Waldorf teachers, fiber artists and anyone interested in the deeper meaning of clothing.

Conference Details

Register Online here

For questions please contact the Fiber Craft Studio information@fibercraftstudio.org  845-425-2891

April 26, 2014: Hudson, NY

Freedom, Funding & Accountability in Education

Navigating Independent Waldorf Education Through the Turbulent Currents of Financial Uncertainty and Government Regulations

A Workshop led by Patrice Maynard and Gary Lamb
Presentations with small group and plenum conversations Saturday, April 26, 2014  9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Solaris Center for the Social Arts, 360 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

Suggested workshop fee range: $40 – $80
Light lunch and snacks will be provided.

Event Information

Sponsored by Research Institute of Waldorf Education and the Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research
Hosted by the Freedom and Funding in Education Initiative Group

June 6 -7, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY

Issues and Trends That Will Shape Waldorf Education in the Next Decade

We will discuss issues common to Waldorf Schools in the region and emerging cultural, economic, academic, demographic, and other trends that have the potential to shape the landscape of Waldorf Education in the coming years. We will share ideas for addressing these trends and strengthening our schools for families today and generations to come.

Themes will include:  Fiscal Sustainability – Crisis Management – Recruitment and Training of faculty and administrative staff – Campus Security

Friday 5:00 – 9:00 pm: dinner, conversation, panel discussion

Saturday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm: panel discussions, breakout sessions, lunch

In addition to discussion of emerging trends, breakout topics may cover issues such as administration, succession planning, development, risk management, outreach and enrollment, and parent and faculty engagement. To learn more, please contact Barbara Mann bmann@gmws.org

Please plan to come, learn, participate, and contribute to the growth of the Waldorf Schools of the Mid-Atlantic Region!

Hosted by the Green Meadow Waldorf School Board of Trustees

Location: Green Meadow Waldorf School, Chestnut Ridge, New York


June 16-July 4, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Waldorf Early Childhood Teacher Education at Sunbridge Institute
New cohort enrolling in part-time teacher education program
Information and applications at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at info@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 20-22, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: WALDORF WEEKEND
Foundations and Fundamentals of Waldorf Education
Hands-on workshop for current, new, and prospective Waldorf teachers, community members, or anyone interested in learning about Waldorf Education, with Anna Silber of Sunbridge Institute
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 22, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: EURYTHMY AND THE GROWING CHILD
How does Eurythmy Support and Enhance the Waldorf Curriculum?
An experiential workshop for Waldorf educators and others, presented in partnership with Eurythmy Spring Valley
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 22-25, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD YEARS
How to Encourage and Support Appropriate Movement, Sensory Integration and Neurological Development in the Young Child
Professional development for Waldorf Early Childhood educators, with Nancy Blanning and Laurie Clark
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 22-27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE ONE
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade One, with Margot Amrine, Will Crane, Jana Hawley, and Judit Gilbert
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 22-27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE TWO
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Two, with Karen Crandall, Will Crane, Jana Hawley, and Dania Guido
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 22-27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE THREE
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Three, with John Keeney, Will Crane, Jana Hawley, and Dania Guido
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 29, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: EURYTHMY AND THE GROWING CHILD
How does Eurythmy Support and Enhance the Waldorf Curriculum?
An experiential workshop for Waldorf educators and others, presented in partnership with Eurythmy Spring Valley
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.eduu
or 845-425-0055 x20


June 29-July 4, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: SUPPORTING PARENTS / NURTURING YOUNG CHILDREN
Deepening Our Understanding of the Work of the Parent-Child Class Leader
Professional development for Waldorf Parent-Child educators with Holly Koteen-Soulé and Magdalena Toran
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 29-July 4, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: EXPERIENTIAL MATH IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Experiencing Middle School Math Through the Lens of Anthroposophy
Information and guidance for teaching 6th-8th grade Waldorf school math, with Uli Stuerznickel
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 29-July 4, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE FOUR
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Four, with Kevin Kilb, Will Crane, Jana Hawley, and Dania Guido
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

June 29-July 4, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE FIVE
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Five, with Steve Simonak, Will Crane, and Jana Hawley
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20


July 4 -12 2014: Mechanicville NY
The Spacial Dynamics Institute Mechanicville NY Presents their 22nd Annual Movement Education Conference
The Sword The Pen and The Arrow

A special course open to all, and of particular interest to teachers and Movement Educators.
Successful completion of this course will give SDI Certification to Teach Fencing in Waldorf Schools and the USA Archery Certification. Resources to develop a program in your school will be provided. Embedded within there will be a week long co-ed camp for middle schools ages 12-14, where participants will be able to witness how Spacial Dynamics can be introduced to this age group.
The introductory and review sessions will provide an understanding and deeper background to the concepts and techniques.
Jaimen McMillan, Master Fencing Instructor, and Katie Moran, Certified Archery Instructor and Waldorf Movement Educator will lead this well-rounded week.
The course takes place at the Spacial Dynamics Institute at 10 N. Main St., Mechanicville, New York.
We begin at 7:30 pm on the first day and end at 12:00 noon on the last day.
This course is open to everyone and tuition is $500. SDI students and graduates will receive Level II credit.
Participants are welcome to enroll their children in the summer camp.
To register, visit www.spacialdynamics.com or contact info@spacialdynamics.com or 518-695-6377


July 6 -11 2014: Mechanicville NY
UNIQUE SUMMER CAMP FOR WALDORF STUDENTS
The Spacial Dynamics Institute Presents: The Sword The Pen and The Arrow

The fire of fencing with be balanced by the lightness of the pen and the flash of the arrow!
Freedom is born out of form and function. The young individual will be introduced to the disciplines of fencing, writing, and archery where goal- orientedness, word-smithing and social interaction, pave the paths for sovereignty, inventiveness and independence.The elegance, expression, and exactness of these three disciplines will remain with your child long after they have returned home from this life-altering experience.
This unique residential summer camp is designed to give Middle Schoolers, girls and boys ages 12 through 14, an experience that will last a life –time.
Jaimen McMillan, Master Fencing Instructor, and Katie Moran, Certified Archery Instructor and Austin Waldorf School Movement Educator will lead this well-rounded week, along with several qualified instructors. Participation in this co-ed camp is limited and sports a 1:4 instructor/camper ratio.
Campers will arrive on Sunday, July 6th and depart Friday July 11th. All activities will take place on the Spacial Dynamics Campus and adjacent Arts Center on the Hudson in Mechanicville, NY.
Cost is $850 for the week including all equipment, lodging and meals.
For information: contact info@spacialdynamics.com518-695-6377 www.spacialdynamics.com

July 6, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: EURYTHMY AND THE GROWING CHILD
How does Eurythmy Support and Enhance the Waldorf Curriculum?
An experiential workshop for Waldorf educators and others, presented in partnership with Eurythmy Spring Valley
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 6-11, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE SIX
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Six, with Uli Stuerznickel, Elizabeth Hall, Tom Clark, Bonnie Bolz, Steve Simonak, and Patti Regan
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 6-11, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE SEVEN
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Seven, with Elizabeth Hall, Uli Stuerznickel, Tom Clark, Bonnie Bolz, Steve Simonak, and Patti Regan
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 6-11, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: APPROACHING GRADE EIGHT
Inspiration and guidance for teaching Grade Eight, with Tom Clark, Uli Stuerznickel, Elizabeth Hall, Bonnie Bolz, Steve Simonak, and Patti Regan
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 6-11, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: FARM & FOREST KINDERGARTENS
Creating New Kindergartens for Today’s Child
Professional development for Waldorf Early Childhood educators wishing to deepen and expand their work into new areas, with Helle Heckmann and Sigrid D'Aleo
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 7-25, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Waldorf Elementary Teacher Education at Sunbridge Institute
New cohort enrolling in part-time teacher education program
Information and applications at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at info@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 7-25, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Waldorf Elementary Music Teacher Education at Sunbridge Institute
New cohort enrolling in part-time music teacher education program
Information and applications at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at info@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 15-18, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: THE CHILD IN NATURE
A Waldorf Approach to Deepening the Child’s Relationship to the Natural World
A hands-on workshop on connecting children with nature, with Helle Heckmann and Robin Gucker
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 18-20, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: WALDORF WEEKEND
Foundations and Fundamentals of Waldorf Education
Hands-on workshop for current, new, and prospective Waldorf teachers, community members, or anyone interested in learning about Waldorf Education, with Anna Silber of Sunbridge Institute
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 20-25, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: INTRO TO WALDORF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
An Immersion in the World of the Waldorf Nursery/Kindergarten
A comprehensive, hands-on course for anyone interested in Waldorf early childhood education, with Connie Manson, Lisa Miccio, and Patricia Rubano
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20

July 20-25, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Summer Series: COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP
Personalized Strategies for Effective Planning, Problem-Solving, and Decision-Making
Highly practical methods for understanding your organization and improving your leadership team in a course designed for decision-makers (teachers, faculty chairs, administrators, board members, and others) who work in Waldorf schools or other non-profit settings, with Joachim Ziegler, PhD, Organizational Consultant, and Jessica Heffernan Ziegler of Sunbridge Institute
Information and registration at www.sunbridge.edu or contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, at summer@sunbridge.edu
or 845-425-0055 x20


August 19 - 24, 2014: Ghent, NY
Painting with Children in Waldorf Schools - an intensive course for Waldorf teachers and parents with Gail McManus

This six-day intensive course, based on the indications of Rudolf Steiner for a new direction in painting with youth and adults, provides the opportunity to explore an entirely new approach to color upon which the class teacher of grades 1 - 8, as well as the high school teacher, may develop his or her painting lessons. Teachers will come away with a wealth of painting exercises to share with their classes in the coming school year.

Gail McManus is a graduate of the Goetheanum School of Painting, Dornach, Switzerland. She has 16 years experience as a Waldorf class teacher, painting with children on a weekly basis, and has also taught high school art classes. This summer's painting course has been offered annually.

Location: Arteum School of Painting in Ghent, NY
Contact Gail McManus at gailkmcmanus@gmail.com or (518) 653-2957

 


Northern California

June 23-June 27, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - A Breath of Fresh Air; Study and Art for Re-Creation $95 – $325

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

June 27-June 29, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - Shaping Transformation; a Weekend of Sculpture $225

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

June 30-July 4, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - Teaching Grades 3, 4 and 5 with Change in Mind; Anticipating Puberty $495

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

July 7-July 11, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - Puppet Play with Children $245

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

July 7-July 11, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - Sing with Your Young Child $245

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

July 14-July 18, 2014: San Rafael, CA

Summer Intensive - Who Is Here? Educational Support for Adolescents $395

Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School

Registration and details at bacwtt.org | 415 479-4400 | info@bacwtt.org | 77 Mark Drive, #18 San Rafael, CA 94903

Courses will take place on the campus of: Marin Waldorf School  755 Idylberry Road, San Rafael, CA 94903

 


Northeast / Québec

April 26, 2014: Hudson, NY

Freedom, Funding & Accountability in Education

Navigating Independent Waldorf Education Through the Turbulent Currents of Financial Uncertainty and Government Regulations

A Workshop led by Patrice Maynard and Gary Lamb
Presentations with small group and plenum conversations Saturday, April 26, 2014  9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Solaris Center for the Social Arts, 360 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

Suggested workshop fee range: $40 – $80
Light lunch and snacks will be provided.

Event Information

Sponsored by Research Institute of Waldorf Education and the Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research
Hosted by the Freedom and Funding in Education Initiative Group

SAVE THE DATE!

June 23-26, 2014: Hadley, MA

The AWSNA Summer Conference will be held June 23- June 26, 2014 at Hartsbrook School, in Hadley, Mass.

The theme for this year is “Cultivating Humanness within a Technological World” featuring keynote speaker, Craig Holdrege, Ph.D., Director and Senior Researcher, Nature Institute.

Pedagogical Section Meeting: Sunday June 22 - Monday June 23

Delegates Meeting:  Thursday June 26 - Saturday June 28

Conference Details - Online Registration open now!

For more information please contact Connie Stokes at (818) 349.1394 x220 or cstokes@awsna.org

 


Northwest




Southeast

March 12 - 14, 2015: Decatur, GA
AWSNA Spring 2015 Regional Delegates Meeting

Location: Atlanta Waldorf School, 827 Kirk Road, Decatur, GA 30030 | 404-377-1315

 


Southern California / Hawai'i

July 21 – July 25, 2014: Valyermo CA
Second Annual Handwork Teachers’ Retreat of 2014 - The Wonder and Wisdom of Handwork: Deepening our Understanding

Workshop leaders include Dahlia Haberman, Nicole Fields, Melanie Hatch and Elizabeth Seward – and perhaps you! Let us know if there is something you would like to offer, or to hear about, or someone you would like to hear from.

Conference fee covers lodging and meals from Monday lunch until Friday breakfast:

• Per person cost (postmarked on/ before June 15)

• Earlybird discount (postmarked on/ before May 15)

• Late registration (after June 16)

• Enrollment is limited to a maximum of 30 participants $550 single/ $500 shared $490 single/ 445 shared $600 single / 550 shared

• $50 non-refundable deposit will hold your space and will be applied to the registration fee. Full payment is due on or before deadlines above.

Location: St Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo CA 93563 www.saintandrewsabbey.com

Contact info: Elizabeth.seward.2011@gmail.com or mhatch6@earthlink.net

 


Texas / Mexico / Canada / Southwest / Rockies

 



GLOBAL EVENTS

 



PAST EVENTS

June 24-27, 2013: Austin, TX

AWSNA Summer Conference  Co-Sponsored by the Anthroposophical Society

Practical Life, Meditation, and the Waldorf School: The Anthroposophical Challenge

Keynote Speaker: Claus-Peter Roeh Co-Leader Pedagogical Section of Anthroposophical Society in Dornach, Switzerland.

Pedagogical Section Meeting Sunday, June 23 and Monday, June 24
Delegates Meeting Meeting Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29
Hosted By:
Austin Waldorf School Austin, Texas

Updated Conference Brochure  pdf

Please inform your communities and mark your calendars!
For more information
contact Connie Stokes at 818-349-1394 x220 or cstokes@awsna.org

For registration questions, contact Trish Lynne summerconference@awsna.org

 


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