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We are in full swing with fun events so take out your calendar as you read our updates below! A reminder that every evening gathering we offer has childcare offered free of charge.

Eurythmy for Parents found a room full of parents moving through the stages of child growth via eurythmy exercises, learning the advantages of each exercise to each stage. As it should, the exercises made us laugh, made us reflect and trust and wonder and imagine and had us smiling and somewhat exhausted by the end! If you missed it, find someone who was there so you can hear more. Eurythmy is used therapeutically as well as support for our children’s developmental integration.

Tentative Dates Set for Explorations Class
Dates are set for the anthroposophical foundations program, “Explorations,” that studies the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner that formed the basis of Waldorf education. Tentative dates are:

  • Sept 25-27 (speech and basic exercises)
  • Oct 30- Nov 1 (eurythmy/ temperaments)
  • Nov 20-22 (Douglas Gerwin -anthroposophy)
  • Jan 8-10 (Michael De Leo)
  • Feb 26-28 (Tara Di Natale)

For more information, please go to www.centerforanthroposophy.com and preregister for this valuable course.

Babysitter Share Now Available
A new community babysitter share program is now underway enabling our families to utilize children tenders already vetted by other Waldorf families. Do you have a babysitter that would be available for other families to use? Would your babysitter agree to having you share his or her name with other parents in our community? If so, or you are in need of a sitter, please send an email to wca@waldorfmoraine.org.

Don’t Forget the School When You Shop Amazon
Reminder that when you are shopping on Amazon.com you can easily switch over to smile.amazon.com and your purchases will go towards charitable donations to our school. It is a tremendously easy transition to make. If you need help connecting, feel free to contact us at wca@waldorfmoraine.org.

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Note: In addition to the events you see below, your association is working on encouraging all school committees to provide a mission statement and a description of their membership to be displayed on our website when we are able to update it.

Upcoming Events

Eco-Friendly Cleaning
Thursday, February 6, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the Trayes Room (childcare provided)
Yes that is this week! A class taught by parents, for parents! Let’s learn some recipes for natural home cleaning products and hear how they worked. Take home samples and maybe take home the raffle basket of home goodies. Hope to see you there!

Next WCA General Meeting
Tuesday, February 11, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the Trayes Room
More crafting? Yes. Every meeting will have this creative and charitable outlet. An article pertaining to a topic of interest is also part of every meeting and guest speakers are always a possibility. All parents, faculty, alumni families, parent-child parents and homeschooling parents are welcome. You may utilize our childcare if you RSVP to us so we can plan ahead.

Save the date!

  • Pi Day Pie Auction – Saturday, March 14, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
    It’s going to be a Wonderful Night For Pie! Save the important date, secure the babysitter, and join us for an adult evening filled with music, laughs, appetizers/wine, and loads of pie. The signup list for baking pies will be announced at the end of February. For more information, contact us at wca@waldorfmoraine.org.
  • CPR/First Aid Class – April 4, 10:00 am – 11:30 (CPR) and 11:30 – 1:00 (first aid). Certification for these handy skills will be offered to parents interested in knowing the basics of administering CPR and other first aid techniques. Cost is $40 for CPR training, $20 for first aid training. A minimum of eight attendees is required, so please rsvp to wca@waldorfmoraine.org. Thank you!

Lastly, but not leastly, we share the verse we speak at each meeting…

“A healthy social life is found only when, in the mirror of each soul, the whole community finds its reflection, and when, in the whole community, the virtue of each one is living.”
– Rudolf Steiner

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