Every other Monday night a group of people gather at school to discuss the lectures of Rudolf Steiner. The next session of the study group is scheduled for Feb. 4. This year, the class is reading Steiner’s “The Foundations of Human Experience,” formerly known as “The Study of Man.” This is the series of lectures he gave to the first Waldorf School faculty in Stuttgart in the weeks leading up to its opening. The free sessions are held from 7:30 – 9 p.m. All are welcome to join and learn more about Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy, and how it’s influenced Waldorf education. Waldorf Education was founded by Austrian born, Rudolf Steiner, an educator, scientist and philosopher.