Saturday, October 10, 2009

Spirit in Matter 2009
A series of public lectures exploring aspects of Anthroposophy, the worldview of Rudolf Steiner

Making the Invisible Visible
Practical techniques in the Art and Architecture of Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner, apart from his work in the realm of spirituality and its practical application in education, medicine etc. is also recognised as a pioneer of the “Organic” Architectural movement. His designs for the Goetheanum as headquarters for the anthroposophical movement in Switzerland are both original and breathtaking. The first building, which tragically burned down in 1922/3 was largely made of solid wood while its successor was possibly the first large scale reinforced concrete building in the world. Not only were these buildings themselves original but Steiner strove for new techniques in many materials to give expression to the aims of the building.

Castalia Hall
Camphill Community Ballytobin
On Friday 16 October 2009 at 8p.m.

All are welcome! - Admission free, contributions welcome!
Enquiries to Martin Henry
At 087 7713224 or mail to

Parent and Child Group, Killaloe, Co Clare

by Audrey Flynn

Our best wishes to Dawn Dickey, former Kindergarten teacher at Raheen Wood Steiner National School and her baby Tala who with Brona Moriarity, Resource Centre Administrator and Raheen Wood School parent, are starting this Parent and Child group in Killaloe, Co Clare - Lucky parents and children to have this available to them.

Parent and Child Group.

Every Friday 10am-12. Inviting Dads, Mums, Mums-to-be, Grannies and Grandads, Childminders, Carers and anyone interested to attend a fun and relaxed morning featuring painting, baking, singing, storytelling, parenting study group, crafts to make and bring home & much more . . . following the holistic philosophy of Steiner/Waldorf Education

Venue: Killaloe/Ballina Community & Family Resource Centre, Main Street, Killaloe

Contact: Brona 061-374741 or Dawn 085-1121524

(Donations or loan of natural toys, art materials and other Waldorf things needed. Kindly contact Brona and Dawn)

For news on Steiner Waldorf kindergartens check out the ISKA online newsletter:
or phone 061 927 944 for a paper copy