The Anthroposophical Society in America will hold it’s Annual General Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona Oct 13, 14 and 15, 2017.
Please link to www.anthroposophy.org for official announcement and registration information.
Artwork: Eduardo Yi-Man
To The Anthroposophic Community of the Greater Bay Area,
You are warmly invited to another gathering of all those who wish to strengthen and enliven Anthroposophy in the world and in our Community! Our first gathering in October was a great testament to the joy and warmth that can exist in our community. We all sense the importance of this work–at this time in world events. We should not ignore the signs of the time!
Let us take our ideas a step further to create study groups and committees, and to address the need for a cultural center.
The General Council of the Anthroposophic Society in America will gather with us! This will be a great opportunity to discuss the status of the Anthroposophic Society and how it can be reflected in our work together.
MAY 20, SATURDAY, FROM 4PM TO 6PM
The San Francisco Waldorf High School’s Eurythmy Room.
470 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127
San Francisco Youth Eurythmy Troupe presents a Eurythmy Performance!
Astrid Thiersch, Artistic Director
MOVING BEYOND FEAR
Tuesday, February 7, THIS WEEK! at 7:00 pm
Wednesday, February 8, THIS WEEK! at 4:00 pm
Kanbar Hall, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
3200 California Street
and San Francisco Waldorf Grade/High School offices
Adults $20 advance/$25 door Children $12 advance/$15 door
More Information: www.sfwaldorfhighschool.com
Three lectures by Virginia Sease
To be held
Paloma Hall, Camphill California
4096 Fairway Drive, Soquel
For members of the Anthroposophical Society in America and their accompanied guests
There will be a requested donation of $25 to the Santa Cruz/Monterey Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America for the cycle of lectures
Those wishing to pre-register and pre-pay the donation may do so here.
There will also be a meeting for members of the School of Spiritual Science On Saturday, April 1 at 7.30 pm â€“ Blue cards required
Despite outer appearances in civilization, humanity continually receives help from human individualities who have achieved over the eons of time a higher spiritual development than their contemporaries. Rudolf Steiner opened avenues of approach to these individualities in a manner which is often more far-reaching than the usual study of their biographies and deeds may reveal. Working with Rudolf Steiners research concerning five such advanced human beings as well as with historical documents there will be a focus on â€”
Virginia Sease has served as a member of the Executive Council of the Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum from 1984 until her retirement in 2015 and remains a member of the leadership at the Goetheanum, with responsibilities within the General Anthroposophical Section of the School of Spiritual Science. She also coordinates speakers and lecture cycles given worldwide, as well as Class Lessons at the Goetheanum, and leads the Anthroposophical Studies Program in English.
Any questions or a need for further details, please contact John Baring at [email protected].
Some details of local hotels and restaurants can be obtained by clicking here
John Baring, Daniel Bittleston, Susan Williams Cook, David Eyes, Jeanne Feeney
the Branch Core Group
Visit the lovely Branch website: www.anthroposophysantacruz.com
The date MARCH 25 will not work for the Second Community Gathering. Too many conflicting events in busy schedules. It IS on its way however. We are looking at April, possibly one of the first 3 Saturdays. More to come…
7:00 pm, Friday, November 11
Rudolf Steiner College, Fair Oaks, CA
Martin Large is the co-founder of Stroud Common Wealth Ltd., working for social, economic and cultural renewal, and the Director of Hawthorn Press. His many initiatives include founding a theater, a social/cooperative business center, and community land trusts for social housing, and the Biodynamic Land Trust (UK).
His books include: Common Wealth (2010); Commons Sense: Co-operative Place Making for 21st Century Garden Cities, Edited with Pat Conaty (2013)
For more information, call 916-487-7706 Jim Willetts
Suggested donation: $5 – $15