THE EVOLUTION OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS AND COLOUR BY MICHAEL WILSON
LECTURE DISCUSSION WITH HELEN CHAMBERLAIN VEIL PAINTER AND BIODYNAMIC FARMER JEFF POPPENS
INCLUDES THE STIRRING OF BIODYNAMIC BARREL COMPOST PREP
TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
3201 HILLSBORO RD NASHVILLE TN 37215
2:30- Chapel- The event begins with a dedication to Phyllis Phillips. A pioneer for Nashville Anthroposophy and Waldorf Education is recognized for her contributions with a portrait presentation to the Linden Waldorf School .
A reading together of the lecture “The Evolution of Light Darkness and Colour by Michael Wilson” is followed by a discussion with Helen Chamberlain and Jeff Poppen
4:00- Stirring of Biodynamic preparation barrel compost. The preparation will be available to take home for those who are interested.
Childcare is available- Please provide the number of children and their ages
Please RSVP by April 17th for childcare or the BC compost prep
Lecture is available in advance of reading
Contact -Barbara Bittles
Hosted by the Anthroposophic Branch of Middle Tennessee
March 2 at 3:30 p.m.
For more information http://www.nashvillelawnandgardenshow.com
December 2-4 2016 | Tennessee State University’s Downtown Avon Williams Campus
GET TICKETS HERE
($125 includes meals & all workshops)
Featuring Joel Salatin!
Sponsored by Barefoot Farmer, LLC and TSU, it will feature Nashville’s best chefs offering delicious, locally grown organic meals during a full day of educational workshops, networking, and the celebration of another great growing season.
For more information visit https://tnlocalfood.com/
Friends, I was so honored to share my space at Six Boots Growers’ Collective with a broader group of folks interested in the practical exploration of Biodynamic Agriculture and Anthroposophy.I would like to thank everyone who helped coordinate this special event, and especially Jeff Poppen for his personal insight of the biodynamic preparations and the celebration of Michaelmas.I would also like to encourage this exchange of knowledge, and inquisition into the development of our own community’s understanding of the practical applications of Biodynamics and Anthroposophy. I would like to continue the dialogue of both, and I am open to holding another event in the Spring, as well as, any events that may come about between now and then.Thanks again for everyone’s help and enthusiasm. I am looking forward to a winter of personal reflection, and envisioning an abundant and prosperous Spring for all of us in our endeavors filled with love and gratitude.Feel free to come back on the second Tuesday of each month to share again in a potluck starting at 7:30pm with other members of our Bells Bend community.Peace and Blessings,Will TarletonFarm ManagerSix Boots Collective/Tennessee Grown