Melanie of Green Grass Toys will be hosting a doll making workshop on Sunday November 4th, 2012 from 1:00-5:00pm at her home in Port Williams, Nova Scotia. The workshop price is $65. It’s a chance to get together in a small group and learn about Waldorf inspired doll making. Sit down and create something special for a child. Get together for some coffee, cookies and creative work!
Melanie will walk you through the process of making a 12″ Waldorf inspired doll with stuffed arms and legs. Each doll is unique and special. Browse the Doll Photo Album for a sample. Please email Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org to register (space is limited) or visit the Green Grass Toys website for more information.
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Waldorf East, Pollination Project, and the Anthroposophical Society in Nova Scotia are pleased to announce:
BRINGING LANGUAGE TO LIFE: A THREE-DAY CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP
with renowned U.K. poet and teacher PAUL MATTHEWS
July 29- 31st at Watershed Farm, Baker Settlement, NS – 10 minutes from Bridgewater
$225 for 3 days (including organic locally grown snacks and lunches; accommodation available at extra cost if required)
Through guided writing and simple movement,explore – seriously, playfully, together and alone – the creative dynamics of language. Emphasis will be on the creative process rather than finished work, searching for ways to invite language rich in image and resonant with word-music. Workshop limited to 12 participants.
Paul is the author of SING ME THE CREATION, WORDS IN PLACE, THE GROUND THAT LOVE SEEKS and SLIPPERY CHARACTERS. www.paulmatthewspoetry.co.uk
Register at: www.waldorfns.org or contact Anne Greer: email@example.com 902) 688-1857
AN EVENING OF MUSICAL MAGIC
South Shore Waldorf School
64 School Road Blockhouse
JUNE 24th 7:00 p.m.
SINGING THROUGH THE CENTURIES:
A CONDENSED HISTORY OF MUSIC
with Jeff Spade music teacher, Chicago Waldorf School
Human beings have always made music. Through experiencing how music has changed from earliest times to the present, we can begin to understand how human consciousness has also changed. How are we different from our ancestors? How are we the same? Explore Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern musical styles. Learn a lot and have fun!
Jeff has an M.A. in Vocal Performance and has been a music teacher in Waldorf schools for the past twenty-one years. Currently, Jeff teaches vocal music in grades 3–12 and orchestra in grades 4–12 at the Chicago Waldorf School and singing, recorder and music curriculum courses for the Arcturus Rudolf Steiner Education Program. In addition to his work in the Waldorf movement, he maintains a private vocal studio in his home, directs opera and musical theater, and is an assistant conductor for the Chicago Licorice Sticks, a clarinet orchestra performing music from all genres.
(902) 624-0874 www.waldorfns.org firstname.lastname@example.org
WALDORF EAST 4th ANNUAL JUNE CONFERENCE June 24-26
EDUCATING THE IMAGINATION: LEARNING THROUGH THE ARTS with Jeff Spade, Music Teacher, Chicago Waldorf School
Creating Waldorf in the Home
Educational Support through Artistic Activities
Teaching Reading the Waldorf Way
The Beauty of Geometry
The Calendar of the Soul
Friday night Talk June 24: Singing Through the Centuries with Jeff Spade
Full Day: Saturday and Sunday, June 25, 26
Saturday night Documentary Screening June 25: Schooling the World http://schoolingtheworld.org/
FULL CONFERENCE (including Friday and Saturday evenings) $175
ONE DAY (SATURDAY OR SUNDAY) $100
INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS $30
FRI. EVENING TALK OR SAT. EVENING SCREENING $10
DAYCARE (Ages 3 and up) $20 a day per child
Celebrate World Storytelling Day with the South Shore Waldorf School:
SPRING STORIES AND SCONES
March 20th 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Enjoy an afternoon of stories by gifted tellers to celebrate the equinox followed by tea with scones, jam, and clotted cream. This year’s World Storytelling Day will be March 20th with WATER as the theme for the stories told.
World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling. It is celebrated every year on the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere, the first day of autumn equinox in the southern. On World Storytelling Day, as many people as possible tell and listen to stories in as many languages and at as many places as possible, during the same day and night.
The storytellers will be:
Nancy Whynot from Upper LaHave
Nancy Wilson from Lunenburg
Debbie Thompson from Lapland
Winnifred McCarthy from Bridgewater
Marthanne Williamson from Mader’s Cove
Clare Dugas from Pleasantville
Ages 10 to adult $15.00 each or $25 for two, to benefit Tuition Assistance.
Further info: email@example.com or 902- 624-0874.
Following the stories, at 7pm, will be a showing of the first of the 3D Film Series.
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Saturday, January 29th, the South Shore Waldorf School will be holding a day of dance for all ages.
Adults: $15 per class or $25 for 2 classes – HipHop, Dance Fitness, Latin/Ballroom, and Salsa/Meringue classes available
Children: $10 per class – HipHop
Baked Goods & Coffee for sale. Childcare Available.
For more information go to: http://www.waldorfns.org