Wednesday, November 21, 2007
One Day Event: A look at the life and work of Vernon Watkins and W.B. Yeats at the Writers Museum, Parnell Square, Dublin
Saturday December 1 2007
short prepared contributions, recitations, music, imaginative exercises and conversation.
Breaks for coffee and lunch in a nearby restaurant.
For more information: Sean Byrne, 1 Martello Terrace, Holywood, Co. Down BT18 9BE
phone 028 9042 2910 firstname.lastname@example.org
HOLY NIGHTS CONFERENCE
Camphill Community Ballytobin
4 and 5 January 2008
A series of talks and discussions examining the deeper historical challenges facing Europe in the 21st century
In March 1925, the last month of his life, in a conversation about the true tasks and possibilities of Europe, and the forces of opposition to these, Rudolf Steiner named three problems, or questions, that urgently needed 'solving':
"The queston of the two Johns
Where did Kaspar Hauser come from?
Who was Dmitri?"
It is these three questions which we intend to discuss during the conference.
Friday 4th January
6:30 pm registration/arrivals with light refreshments
7.00 Introductions with music
7.30 'The question of the Two Johns' by Richard Ramsbotham, followed by discussion
Close with music
Saturday 5th January
10.00 'Where did Kaspar Hauser come from?' by Terry Boardman, followed by discussion
12.00 artistic activity together with bells
2.30 'Who was Dmitri?' by Markus Osterrieder, followed by discussion
4.30 Conversation; connecting with where we are now
5.30 Rounding off and end with music
Light refreshments follow for journey home
Contribution/fee €25. Booking before December 20
For more information:
Mark Dwan, Camphill Community Ballytobin, Callan, Co. Kilkenny
086 853 9342, email@example.com
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Lecture on Reading and Writing by Gordon Woolard
Fri Nov 16 19:30 - 21:30 (Dublin) Raheen Wood School, Tuamgraney this Friday at Raheen Wood School. Gordon Woolard will speak on the subject of Writing and Reading, the processes we go through in developing these faculties, and the challenges that can arise. An expert on dyslexia and its treatment through the use of movement, drawing and painting exercises and resident of England, Gordon has become a regular visitor to Raheen Wood School as one of the core tutors on the Healing Education and Resource Teaching (HEART) programme. If you have attended any of his previous presentations, you know that his warm and engaging approach to his subject is not to be missed. This is the first of two visits scheduled for this year. There will be a follow-up presentation as part of his second visit, also open to the general public. The theme of that lecture, on Friday, 15 February, will be Mathematics and Discalcula. Please consider joining us this Friday at Raheen Wood School for this stimulating presentation.
For more information contact Jonathan at 061 926 889 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org