There are various opportunities through the year to deepen understanding of Waldorf education, Anthroposophy and initiaives that have grown out of this impulse. Talks, workshops, study groups, courses. You can sign up on our mailing list (below) to hear about these and other events during the school year.
Thanks to everyone who came out to our snowy lantern walks!
November 23rd, 11am - 3pm
A magical family event
Tea room, puppet show, beeswax candle dipping, craft activities for young and old, children's store, cookie cavern, crystal boat, handmade items and Waldorf-style vendors!
225 Donald St, Suites 157 and 161, ENTRANCE C of the Hardini Centre.
To volunteer for the event, please sign up here:
ADVENT EURYTHMY GATHERING
Sunday, December 1st 2:30 - 4pm
An Advent Eurythmy Gathering
fundraiser for Polaris School and Centre
As the daylight gets shorter and darkness gradually infolds upon us, the colder weather awakens our sense of self even more strongly. The earth will soon be covered with snow, the air gets cooler and lighter, the sunlight becomes weaker, we human beings become inwardly excited when we get busy preparing for the festive season. Join us for an eurythmy gathering to re-kindle soul warmth through mindful movement and social excises, and to nourish our inner light through the dark winter months ahead.
Sunday, December 1st
2:30 - 4pm
at Polaris School and Centre, 225 Donald St, Ottawa
Suite 157, entrance C (Grade 1/2 classroom)
Suggested donations $20.
To benefit the Polaris School and Centre
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
A classical music concert with pianists for four hands Duo Sakura Chiharu Zeng and Ineke Helby, Zabel Manoukian and Victor Toma and Cellist Emma Grant-Zypchen and Christopher Knoppin all performing in benefit of the Polaris School and Centre.
Date and TimeSat, 7 December 2019
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
LocationSouthminster United Church
15 Aylmer Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1S 5G4
Tickets $10 - $40
Available at the Polaris School and Centre office or online here:
Thursday craft Circle
Thursday Crafting Circle
Please consider joining me
Thursdays at 6 pm
in the kindergarten room at school.
(Room 161, lower level, entrance C on the east side of the building.)
The Craft Group is a wonderful way to get to know others in the community while helping the school at the same time. Everyone is welcome. They are planning to make items that teachers have requested for the classrooms so everyone's help is much appreciated.
Note, that sessions will only be held if there are people attending, so we ask that you RSVP to Daphne the day before if you plan to attend; email@example.com