Archive for September, 2013


Friday, November 15, 7:00 – 9:00 pm | November 16, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

How do we create a family culture that allows our children to be their best selves? In this conference especially for families with children ages nine and under, best-selling author, teacher, and parenting consultant Sharifa Oppenheimer shares practical ideas to improve family life and children’s behavior. Learn how to use family rhythms and rituals, children’s work and play, and shared artistic activities to bring about harmony—and what to do when we have done everything “right” and our children still misbehave. Come be inspired and recharged for the work of parenting! $20/Friday night only; $50 Early registration (by November 1); $60 regular price. Limited scholarships available. Register today! For further information contact Pam Graham (802)985-2827 ext.12.


Monday, November 4 at 7:00 pm

The imagination has the power to transport and transform us. Join award-winning children’s fantasy author (and Waldorf alumnus) William Alexander for an adult-oriented evening lecture on fantasy’s ability to create social change under the most difficult circumstances. Turtle Lane Campus $5. For further information contact Abigail Diehl-Noble (802) 985-2827 ext. 18.

Saturday, November 8 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Bring family and friends to see the magic in our classrooms! Teachers and high school students will give tours of our campus; young children can make lanterns and play in our kindergarten. We will offer an “Introduction To Waldorf Education” presentation and questions at 11:00 am. Refreshments. Turtle Lane campus. RSVP Pam Graham (802) 985-2827 ext. 12.

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Forest of Magic and Mystery Sign

Friday, October 31, starting at 4:00 pm

Join us for a seasonal delight! The annual Forest of Magic and Mystery offers a delightful Halloween afternoon adventure to children (ages kindergarten through third grade) and their families. Children follow a jack-o-lantern lit path through field and forest, encountering characters on a quest. From fire sprite to mill sprite, each whimsical creature engages children in helping to solve a magical problem, and each offers a treasure in thanks. Healthy treats are also part of the journey.

Children are invited to wear costumes (no scary costumes, please). Quests leave every 10 minutes beginning at 4 p.m., October 31, and reservations are required. $10/family.

Rain or shine! Our beloved Halloween event will happen regardless of the weather. We will move it inside if necessary.

To reserve a spot, please contact Pam Graham or 985-2827 X12. Sign up now as tours tend to fill quickly!