This workshop is for anyone who wants to start a vegetable garden, incorporating basic skills for new gardeners.
With Judith Symonds. In this three-session course for beginners, we will use 12 x 16” lap looms to learn the what, why, and how of warp and weft. Students will complete several small projects, and acquire the skills needed to continue exploring tapestry weaving on their own.
Springtime flowers and birdsong call for lively, joyful movement . . . . Please join us for our last public course of the school year: a four week series in the merry month of May!
What can beekeepers do to help our bees thrive and flourish? This half-day workshop will focus on timely tasks every beekeeper should have in mind to encourage hives to build up and multiply.
Participants in this workshop will experience how the elements of music and tone eurythmy can remind us of our wholeness as individuals and in relation to each other. No experience is necessary. This class is open to all.
A one-day introduction to eurythmy, especially for those considering entering a training or just seeking a one-day eurythmy immersion.
With Robert McKay. The Friday evening lecture will give an overview of the anthroposophical path of knowledge as developed by Rudolf Steiner. The following two-day workshop will offer an experiential introduction to a number of meditations as practiced through Spiritual Science.
This year’s summer line-up of professional development and introductory opportunities consists of ten courses — Approaching Grades 1-8, Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education, and Collaborative Leadership — each delivered in real-time, virtual classrooms. All our courses include copious resource materials and provide ample opportunities for community-building with fellow course participants to assist you in your coming school year.
Threefold Pond is offering the American Red Cross Lifeguard Course. The deadline to apply is June 10.
Discover the innate potential of your voice. This retreat is for singers of all levels, musicians, teachers, and any person yearning to sing with creative renewal. No special talent or musical ability is required.
Professional development for decision-makers—including administrators, directors, board and committee members, and faculty chairs—working in Waldorf schools or other workplace settings. This course will be taught remotely in real-time.
The Steiner School of Speech Arts offers one-week intensives as an introduction to the artistic forming of speech through Rudolf Steiner’s exercises in articulation and breathing. Any block may be taken separately, and all blocks are appropriate for any level of experience.