Easter Region Video Newsletter
Easter Region Video Newsletter -November 10th 7:30 EST 6:30 CST
Please join us for our Eastern Region Video Newsletter Three regional branches and groups will share their work for approximately 20 to 30 minutes each.
From the Southeast Area, Barbara Bittles will share about a new initiativecalled Sacred Undertaking.
From the Mid-Atlantic Area, Herbert Hagens will share about the Princeton Group.
From the Northeast Area, Alice Groh will share about the Anthroposophical Society in New Hampshire.
The following questions were offered as a guidance:
- How do you work with and involve the School of Spiritual Science and the wider anthroposophical movement?
- How do you foster a relationship with the national office?
- What role does your branch/group fulfill in your community?
- How is anthroposophy fostered in your branch/group?
- What are your future plans?
This event will be recorded and viewable afterwards for a limited time.
We look forward to seeing you all on the call,
Gino Ver Eecke
Eastern Region Representative to the General Council (NY)
Eastern Region Holding Group
Angela Foster (GA), Cathy Green (TN), Gino Ver Eecke (NY)
Meeting ID: 828 4119 8534
Michaelmas Celebration- September 25
Please join us for a celebration for the Festival of Michaelmas -September 25 3:00-5:00 pm
At the home of Barbara Bittles
We will open with a reading and discussion from Rudolf Steiner’s The Four Seasons and the Archangels – and followed by artistic modeling with beeswax – Beeswax provided.
Please bring a dish for potluck snacks afterwards.
Please rsvp For more information call Barbara at 615-294-1216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A Concert Celebrating the Life of Martha S. Bartles May 28th 3:00 PM
Hosted by: Bartles/ Emahiser Family
Saturday, May 28 at 3:00 PM CT
Trinity Presbyterian Church – 3201 Hillsboro Pike (Linden Waldorf School) Nashville, TN 37215
Martha has often said that she thoroughly enjoyed playing for eurythmy no matter
where it was, and she feels very strongly how important it is to have eurythmy in
the Waldorf curriculum. In her years playing for the weekly eurythmy classes both
at the Rudolf Steiner School in New York, and at the first Waldorf School, the
Freie Waldorfschule, Stuttgart, she experienced firsthand what eurythmy brings to
the developing child, how it vitalizes and enhances the child’s sense of beauty and
harmony. Especially at this time, where the hardening aspects of the modern world
can work against a child’s healthy, natural ability to grow and develop, Martha
Bartles sees the importance of this art form.