AWSNA Regional Conference: Reimagining Diversity
March 11 - 12, Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, NC
Waldorf Schools began with more than a pedagogical impulse. From their origin they also carried a mission for social renewal, and this conference serves as a guide to inspire educators to take on some of today’s most pressing social challenges.
Keynote presenter Dr. Sonya Horsford, critical race scholar and educational leadership specialist, will be joined by more than 16 presenters from Waldorf schools and other settings.
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Group discounts are available. Students attend free.
Wood Carving & Blacksmithing Practical Arts for Adults
The 6-week Wood Carving & Blacksmithing courses are offered on Wednesdays 6-9PM. The dates are September 16, 23, 30; October 7, 21, 28. The 6-week Blacksmithing Only course is offered on Saturday mornings 9AM-12PM. The dates are September 19 ,26; October 3, 10, 24, 31.
Blacksmithing: Learn the basic forging techniques through the making of a coat hook. Then pick projects of your own.
Woodworking: Introduction to woodworking and working with sculptural form.
Cost is $200 of which 100% goes to blacksmithing and woodwork programs.
Woodworking is limited to ten participants, blacksmithing is limited to six participants per session, so register early! For information and registration call: Mark Eichinger-Wiese - Blacksmithing (206-922-9026); Peter Moyers - Wood Carving (919-357-1140).
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Learn more about the Waldorf approach to parenting by attending our monthly Monday workshop series starting in September 2015 - April 2016, 7-9pm. Free for enrolled EWS parents and only $10/person for EWS Friends. Registration Required. Join Simplicity Parenting Facilitator, Raelee Peirce. Attend one or more workshops:
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September 21 - Soul of Discipline
October 19 - Soul Fever
November 9 - Holidays
January 25 - Environment
February 22 - Rhythm
March 21 - Scheduling
April - Filtering