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“Earth Story, Our Story” brings Charles Eisenstein to Central Baptist Church Wayne Saturday, Feb. 7

Author and international speaker Charles Eisenstein headlines “Earth Story, Our Story: Climate Change Calls Us to Heal Ourselves and the World,” a workshop on next steps at Central Baptist Church in Wayne on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 10 am to 2 pm; registration opens at 9:15. After a time for lunch, breakout sessions on Transition Towns. Local Food, Soil, Militarism, and Divestment will be led by local experts.  There will be a donation request at the event. Attendees are urged to RSVP by phone or email. Contact  or 610- 527 4170 with questions or to register.

Posted 1/26/15

 

Camphill Village Kimberton Hills announces a new event: Wine, Chocolate and Song – a Valentine’s Day Cabaret on Saturday, February 14 in support of the non-profit community including adults with special needs.  Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for an 8 p.m. show. 

Featuring the talents of Chris Barron, Lori Cushman and friends, guests will take a musical tour through the “Great American Songbook,” featuring all-time favorite songs of love. Combined with wine, chocolate and your loved one or friends, the evening is a great way to celebrate and clear away the winter doldrums.

Tickets are $35 per person, $60 for two.  Please make reservations online at www.camphillkimberton.org/valentine by February 7. The event will be held at Bentley Systems Headquarters, 685 Stockton Drive, Exton, PA.

Posted 1/26/15

Celebrate the senses this winter with Camphill Village Kimberton Hills
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is offering two upcoming opportunities to delight all the senses and clear away the winter blahs.  Hosting events featuring food and music, there is something for everyone to enjoy this winter. 

Camphill Village Kimberton Hills announces its second farm to table fundraising event: What’s For Dinner? on Saturday, January 31, starting at 6 p.m.

As Kimberton Hills has a long tradition of sustainable farming, this event is a natural fit for the non-profit organization that has also lived and worked with adults with special needs for more than 40 years.  As part of its 432-acre farm in Chester County, Kimberton Hills is home to a dairy, CSA garden, apiary, herb garden, orchard and bakery. 

The menu will feature food and beverages from:

Camphill Soltane’s Iduna’s Kitchen
Cucina Verde

The Farm at Doe Run
Kimberton Hills Dairy
Hobo Ed’s Artisan Coffee Roasters
Sankanac CSA at Kimberton Hills
Secret Garden Herb Garden at Kimberton Hills
Sly Fox Brewery
Sweet Water Baking Company

Tickets are $100-$125 per person.  Reservations may be made online at http://www.camphillkimberton.org/whatsfordinner by January 20.  Special dietary restrictions will be honored. 

Posted 1/26/15

Only the rare, exquisite, and exceptional...
GeorgianChant.org 2015 Tours

In celebration of our tenth season, our team has split our original package tour into two separate tours. With so much to do and see, these new selections offer visitors a chance to see more of what they love! Learn more at the links below:

Colchis & Svaneti: Discover Georgia Tour, July 1-11, 2015
     
Armenia and Georgia: Highlands Culture Tour, July 17 - Aug. 2, 2015

Posted 1/23/15

 

The Blue Dragons 2015- Youth DragonBoat Team is now forming!
The mixed (boy/girl) team can accept 20 paddlers ranging in age from 12-18 years old. This is a great introduction team to a super fun sport  with minimal time commitment! Paddlers must commit to (3) one-hour practices at a dock on Hanover St. In Pottstown and race day on Saturday, June 6th, in Philadelphia. Race day is a day-long event and a parent/guardian must attend. Paddles, life jackets and coaching are provided. Contact Kristen McDevitt ( KWS parent and Bantam Girls' Lacrosse Coach) 484-995-0201 for more info!

Posted 1/23/15

Beautiful, single home for rent in Ocean City, NJ five blocks from the beach.  Fully appointed, sleeps eight, no smoking/no shoes/no pets.  Available monthly, weekly, or nightly (two-night minimum).  Please call Angela or Angelo at 610-415-0841 for more detailed information.

Posted 1/22/15

Camp Glenbrook
Play in our meadows, forest and lake. Eat delicious foods from our farm. Explore mountains and rivers.  Create in our wood shop and art studio. Sing by the evening campfire. Forge life-long friendships. Weaving the ideals of Waldorf education into a rich New England summer camp experience since 1946.
Falcon Outdoor Leadership Program
An intensive leadership training program for high school students, ages 15 to 16.
visit www.glenbrook.org for more information.
 
Posted 1/15/15

Business networking event for the KWS community:
Please join us for a fun and productive evening with fellow business owners and professionals. You will have an opportunity to network, introduce your business with a brief presentation, refer and receive potential new clients, exchange and share ideas to grow your business and more. Please bring business cards. Light refreshments will be served.

Thursday, February 5, 2015  7:00 pm

Kimberton Waldorf School: High School Library

Please RSVP to: Marc Silverman:   or

Tom Burlington: 

Posted 1/15/15

Tours to France: Travel with an experienced guide to France! Great itineraries, small groups, relaxed pace. Lorey Johnson has taught French for over 30 years in a Waldorf school and is running tours that will take you to Provence, Normandy and Brittany, or the Perigord in 2015. Please look at the website for al ldetails and contact information. Register by February 15.
www.franceinessencetravel.com

Posted 1/15/15

Eurythmy Spring Valley Ensemble Performance - The Tide is Turning
Eurythmy Spring Valley Ensemble's evening program invites imperative questions for the healing of the earth. An ancestral Native American voice opens the program and calls us to notice the eternal thread of our past and future as united in ou rpresent experience, with the reverberating expression, "All things are connected." Through poetry, music and eurythmy, the theme will continue with works by Mary Oliver, H.D., E. Ethelbert Miller, Gyorgy Ligeti, Dmitri Shostakovich, Frederic Chopin and others. Join us!

Sunday, February 8, 2015, 7:00 pm
Rose Hall - Camphill Village Kimberton Hills
1601 Pughtown Road
Kimberton, PA
Suggested donation: $12
For more information, contact Sherry Wildfeuer 610.935.0302

Posted 1/12/15

Summer Camp! Do You Want Your Child to have a Transformational Experience? Located amongst the rolling hills of Cherry Valley, NY, Hawk Circle camps are great for learning awesome wilderness skills, connecting with a fun and creative community, and time spent unplugged and in the wild!  Contact us at .  Visit our website at www.hawkcircle.com!

Posted 1/12/15


Northwaters & Langskib Wilderness Programs offers canoe tripping adventures in the Temagami wilderness that complement classroom education by weaving environmental consciousness, community awareness and native philosophy. Girls, Boys and Coed programs, ages 10-17.  Meet the directors at our information evening on Friday, January 29th at 7pm in Glenmoore, PA.  Contact us for more info at   or (866) 458-9974. 

www.northwaters.com

Posted 1/9/15


A Community Workshop:          
The Enneagram and Parenting
February 4, 2015, 7:30 pm
   

The Enneagram provides a window into what we refer to as our “personality” or “persona,” allowing us to see who we really are and what drives our actions. As parents, we are often confronted with questions and uncertainties about how to best meet our children’s needs, enabling them to grow to their full potential. We can, and often unknowingly, use our children to fulfill our own needs and lack the in-sight to see them clearly.  In this free community workshop, we will look at how the Enneagram opens up ways of seeing and understanding our children’s behavior and helps us to see their actions as requests to meet their deeper needs.

Join Neil Sicherman, Ph.D. and Melody Schaper, Movement Therapist, as we explore how the Enneagram can help us parent more authentically and lovingly.

Wednesday, February 4, 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Kimberton Waldorf School in the High School Library
410 West Seven Stars Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460

For more information, contact Lael Rasch lrasch@kimberton.org or 610-933-3635 x128.

Posted 1/9/15

Provide your child or children with fun, creative and educational movement activity this winter and spring with Creative Dance for Boys and Girls at Feet First Dance! Classes for children through adults in Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Hip-Hop continue in our second semester starting Jan 12-17th. For more information on the full schedule of classes, check out our website.

This semester Feet First Dance is starting three new classes and has continuing classes for pre-schoolers - adults.

Younger classes and starting dates are as follows:

Mommy/Daddy and Me for 2 ½ and 3 year olds and parents, Saturday Jan 17th 9-10 am
Creative Dance for 4-5 year olds Saturday, Jan. 17th, 10-11am
Creative Dance for 3-4 year olds, Thursday Jan. 15th, 1:30-2:30 pm
Creative Dance for 5-6 year olds, Thursday, Jan. 15th, 2:30-3:30 pm
Creative Dance for 3-6 year olds, Thursday, Jan 15th, 5:45-6:45 pm
Modern 1, Thursdays, 4:45-5:45 pm and Ballet/Tap 1, Saturdays, 9-10 am, for 6-9 year olds

Our performance of The Shoes That Were Danced To Pieces, May 15th at 7:30 pm and May 17th at 3 pm  at the Lenfest Theatre of the Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center, Ursinus College, Collegeville.  Come see a delightful, colorful, creative, active and fun live dance story appropriate for audience members aged 3 on up!

See our website: www.feetfirstdance.com or call and leave a message at 610-933-2688 for more information. Come try a class before joining!

Posted 1/8/15

Seeking a student to do 2-4 hours of computer maintenance work each month. Must be computer savvy. $10-12 per hour, based on experience.  For more information, please contact Seymour Levin at 610-505-5545.

Posted 12/19/14

Non-Violent Communication (NVC) Workshop
Because what you say Matters.
In Other Words Communication Workshop
a comprehensive introduction to Nonviolent Communication
Facilitated by Dr. Terrie Lewine
Cost: $299.00
February 20, 21 and 22
Friday evening ~ 7 pm til 9:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday ~ 10 am til 6 pm
Kimberton Wellness Connection, Kimberton, PA
For more information, see http://getbacktolife.org/services/workshops/.

 
Posted 12/14/14