MICHAELMAS CELEBRATIONS, Near and Far
Thu, Sep 23 2010 4:00 AM to Sat, Oct 02 2010 4:00 AMLocation: North America
Category: Festivals, - Western Region, - Central Region, - Eastern Region
A brief listing of Michaelmas events that have come to our attention
Michaelmas 2010 events by date:
September 24 through October 2, a series of programs in New York City; details: http://asnyc.org/programs.htm#0924
September 25, Saturday, 3pm, in Cedar Grove, NC, a biodynamic Michaelmas Festival at Infinity Farm, making Prep 500, then potluck dinner, singing; details:
http://www.anthroposophync.org/documents/currentMain.pdf (page 15)
September 25, Saturday, a Michaelmas Festival honoring elemental and spiritual beings in nature, 4:30-6:00pm, at the home of Dr. Basil and Christina Williams on May Hill Road near Harlemville, NY; with a potluck to follow. See page 9 of September Chanticleer.
September 26, Sunday, at Rudolf Steiner House in Ann Arbor, MI; details to come at http://www.anthroposophy.org/index.php?id=156; also October 2 or 3 for the Greater Detroit Branch, see contact info on the same page.
September 29, Wednesday, 6-9pm, in Chapel Hill, NC
(at the Emerson Waldorf School); details:
http://www.anthroposophync.org/documents/currentMain.pdf (page 6)
September 29, Wednesday, 7:30-9pm, in Fair Oaks (Sacramento), CA
"Michael Thoughts and Dragon Forces," a lecture by Astrid Schmitt-Stegmann
details see Faust Branch Schedule
September 29, 7:30 pm, Threefold Auditorium, Chestnut Ridge, NY: on Michaelmas Day, a presentation of Rudolf Steiner's Michaelmas verse in eurythmy will be followed by a lecture by Frank Chester on seasonal themes.
October 2, Saturday, in Los Angeles (Pasadena), 2:00 to 4:00pm:
October 3, Sunday, in San Diego, CA, 2:00pm, at the Waldorf School of San Diego (3747 Altadena Avenue); a reading from Rudolf Steiner's The Four Archangels: Experience of the Course of the Year in Four Cosmic Imaginations. Following the reading, we will enjoy the early fall weather outside and share experiences. Take a moment to consider this question: What waslor is an experience in your life that required an extraordinary amount of courage? How did you confront it? What did you learn from it? (A few minutes) Please bring a refreshment to share.
October 3, Sunday, The 2nd and 9th scene out of Rudolf Steiner's First Mystery Drama performed with marionettes by Cecilia Elinson and Benjamin Meier, with an introductory talk by Nathaniel Williams and music (cello) with Julian Mueller. 7:30pm at Copake Fountain Hall, Copake, NY; $10 suggested donation. Contact info see page 4 of September Chanticleer.
October 3, Sunday, in Chestnut Ridge, NY:
Sponsored By The Pfeiffer Center
Michaelmas Festival in the Garden
Sunday, October 3, 1:30-4:00pm
All are invited to help make, stir and spray the biodynamic preparation #500, which supports humus formation and root growth. Refreshments will be provided from the garden. This child-friendly event is a well-loved community tradition, as is the Michaelmas Family Festival at 4:00pm in the Auditorium. We look forward to seeing you there!
Location: In the Pfeiffer Center garden, opposite 285 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY; click here for directions.
For more information: call 845-352-5020 x20, or email info (at) pfeiffercenterorg.
Sponsored By Eurythmy Spring Valley
Michaelmas Family Festival
With Eurythmy, Music and Storytelling
Sunday, October 3, 4:00pm
Threefold Auditorium, 260 Hungry Hollow Rd., Chestnut Ridge, NY.
There is no charge for this event; donations welcome.
Information: info (at) eurythmyorg
Please let us know of other events open to the public.