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Our Website is Back Up!

We would like to apologize to the anthroposophic community of California, as our website, www.anthroposophybayarea.org, has been down for several months.  We had been using a low-cost server, and it appears that our website was subject to a type of cyber attack that left the site electronically muddled and inaccessible for quite some time, befuddling tech helpers at over three organizations.

We are happy to announce that finally, we have successfully managed to transfer the site to a new hosting company which will provide better protection for the website as well as faster load times.  There are still a few visual glitches that await correction, but the site is fully functional.  Many new integrations have been put in place to ensure that the site will continue to function well.  In addition, several members have joined a group administering the website.  The new hosting service costs $300 per year, and we are welcoming contributions to help cover this cost.  If you are able, please send a check to Susan Overhauser at 3468 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Suite B203, Lafayette, CA 94549, or through PayPal to [email protected]  We are all very grateful for your contributions!

We could also use a few volunteers to help ensure that the information and links on the website are still current.  We could use one volunteer each for the Groups page, the Schools page, the Services page, the Links page, the More Links Page, and the Anthroposophy page.  For the Groups and Schools and Services pages, this would involve contacting each entity to ensure that the information is still accurate.  For the Links and More Links pages, this would simply involve testing all the links and reporting which links are broken, and, if possible, find corrected links.

If you are willing to volunteer to help ensure the information is up to date on this website, please contact us using our contact page.  Thank you so much!

BACWTT Summer Public Courses 2018

In addition to our Early Childhood and Class Teacher Rejuvenations for the professional development of current Waldorf Teachers (please visit www.bacwtt.org for additional details), the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training offers summer programming each year for the general public.

“This War Is Not Inevitable” a play

In 1917 Rudolf Steiner’s Threefold Social Organism was an attempt to save a devastated Europe

Michael Hedley Burton’s play about the birth of the idea of the threefold social organism

Where:  The San Francisco Waldorf High School  470 West Portal Ave, San Francisco

 SUNDAY, MARCH 11 2018, from 3-5pm

Older Students Invited!

Suggested Donation: $10-$20

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HUMANNESS IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY

The rise of technology in our time is extraordinary in its power and usefulness. As we witness its social impact and allure we ask profound questions about its meaning and effect on our humanity.  Can we find a relationship to technology that is realistic and creative?  You are invited to explore these questions at a Greater Bay Area Community Gathering on Sunday, January 14 from 3pm to 5pm at the San Francisco Waldorf High School, 470 W. Portal Ave, San Francisco. Sebastian Heycke will guide us with presentations and conversations.  We hope to see you soon as we continue to enliven our Anthroposophic Movement in the Greater Bay Area.

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