Events in the Larger Waldorf Community
On June 9, 1-3 p.m., Annual General Meeting of the Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston at the home of Joanna and Kenneth Ingham, 14 Lorraine Circle, Waban, MA. (send questions, requests, ideas for the AGM to Andrew)

Anthroposophical Society Events
The Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston publishes a seasonal newsletter containing information about lectures, study groups, and events in and around the Boston area. To join the mailing list, please contact Andrew Linnell. 
For the Winter/Spring Newsletter, which contains events through June,
please click here.

AWSNA Events
AWSNA has a website called Why Waldorf Works, with information and events pertaining to Waldorf education. 

Inform is a publication sent by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) to all the affiliated Waldorf schools in its membership to keep parents, teachers, board members, alumni, and all those interested in Waldorf Education informed of the current events affecting Waldorf schools nationally and internationally.  Please click here todownload the PDF of the January 2012 issue of Inform.

Events at the Pfeiffer Center
The Pfeiffer Center in Chestnut Ridge, NY offers several interesting and informative courses on topics such as biodynamic agriculture, organic beekeeping, and vegetable gardening. For information about courses please call 845-352-5020 x20 or email, or visit their website at
The Economics of Education: Literacy, Pedagogy, Funding
August 16-18, Hawthorne Valley School, Harlemville, NY

A public conference geared towards a better understanding of the interplay between education and economics in a Waldorf school community. The gathering is an opportunity for professional development and networking, and is suitable for administrators, teachers, funders, board members, high school students, Waldorf alumni, and interested business persons. This is a follow up to the initial gathering held by the Economic Literacy Project in August 2011. 
The conference coordinating group includes John Bloom, RSF Social Finance; Arthur Edwards, The Centre for Associative Economics, and Gary Lamb, Hawthorne Valley Center for Social Research.

Interweaving conference themes will include:
• Rudolf Steiner's economic thinking in relation to current economic practice.
• Practical aspects of pedagogy with an emphasis on economic literacy teaching methods, assessments, and resources.
• Exploring new paradigms for funding education in a community setting.

For conference updates and information on an online economic literacy exchange group, please e-mail Caitlin Peerson,


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