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Mid-Atlantic Region Gathering: The Art of Conversation

Nov 21, 2020

Threefold Auditorium, Chestnut Ridge, NY (Spring Valley)

The Fifth Mid-Atlantic Region Gathering will take place in Spring Valley on November 21st for a limited group of attendees. The Art of Conversation is the theme: please see David Anderson’s Essay on Goethean Conversation; the invitation to the Mid-Atlantic Region Meeting follows: Dear friends in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Anthroposophical Society, As you…

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A Feast of Holy Relics – First Tuesday Talk, Mary Stewart Adams

Nov 10, 2020 7:30PM—9:00PM


Please join us on November 10, 2020, the Second Tuesday of November, at 7:30 p.m., for a zoom event with Mary Stewart Adams, A FEAST OF HOLY RELICS, at this link: Meeting ID: 819 1151 8086, Passcode: 738366. Or you may dial in: 312-626-6799, Meeting ID: 819 1151 8086, Passcode: 738366. Please note that…

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“Connections Revealed” with Lelan Harris, Mary Ruud & Hazel Archer

Nov 07, 2020 3:00PM—5:00PM

ONLINE Central TIme and The Rudolf Steiner Branch Chicago

We are going through a “dark night of the soul” — a karmic necessity as part of world evolution, so what are we to learn from it? How do we maintain our ability to think independently and clearly through the growing miasma of fear? This Corona-Crisis is a battle for the ′′Crown of Creation” i.e.…

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All Souls Election Night Vigil

Nov 03, 2020 7:00PM—9:00PM

ONLINE Central Time AND The Rudolf Steiner Branch Chicago

Through Social Sculpture, we will hold space with each other, with the “so called dead,” and the Being of America, to bring healing on both sides of the Threshold. Welcome – Anne Nicholson, Verse – Deborah Rogers, The Art of Goethean Conversation – Hazel Archer-Ginsberg, Metamorphosis – Lucien Dante Lazar, The 3-Fold Social Order & ALIANT Alliance…

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“Soul to Soul” online festival with CRC & Rev. Carol Kelly

Oct 31, 2020 1:00PM—3:00PM

ONLINE Central Time

Join the Central Regional Council for an All Souls Pageant on All Hallows Eve, honoring our connection with our Beloved Dead, thru music & Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts, break out sessions & live music with special guests… Poetry, Music, Eurythmy, an enactment of an original script by Hazel Archer-Ginsberg, to honor and celebrate our beloved dead, based on…

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The Goetheanum Imagination as a Healing Impulse

Oct 28, 2020 7:30PM—9:00PM


Please join us for a Lecture by Penelope Baring The Goetheanum Imagination as a Healing Impulse October 28 at 7:30 pm Pacific via Zoom Penelope has been active in the CampHill Movement since 1970 In the U.S., India, and Europe; Vice President of the CampHill Academy; and Former Member of the Collegium of the School…

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Inside-Outside Virtual Conference — Antioch University New England

Oct 24, 2020 1:00PM—3:30PM

ONLINE - times are EDT

Promising Practices in Nature- and Place-based Education Let’s reimagine how to bring school to life with nature- and place-based education for kindergarten through 8th grade students. This online afternoon conference will consist of a keynote address and a workshop session with varying topics from which to choose. Click the register button for full details.

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Michael and Sophia Heavenly inspiration for Life on Earth

Oct 21, 2020 7:00PM—9:00PM

ONLINE - Central Time

October 21, Wednesday, 7:00 – 9:00 PM CDT (US and Canada) Online live presentation by Craig Wiggins from Chicago, USA. Working together with Michael and Sophia requires the ability to raise our thoughts and feelings to the stern, silent archangel. Consequently, we will need to direct all our soul forces to Sophia for inspiration and strength…

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Warmth as Healing Medicine

Oct 18, 2020 2:00PM—3:30PM

Online - Eastern TIme

An AHA Open House Presented by North American Anthroposophic Nurses Association (NAANA) 18 October 2020, 2- 3:30 PM EST Learn simple measures to support warmth in the body and soul for everyday caregiving. A presentation on the honey bee with special guest Christoph von Dach, RN, MSc. With nursing contributions from: Susan Moss, Laurie Schmiesing, Elizabeth…

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