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December 2018

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Above: view of the historic town of Kilkenny in Ireland, from a local tourist information display.

Recently our Director of Early Childhood Education, Jan Ney Patterson, attended a four-day conference in Kilkenny Ireland for leaders of Waldorf early childhood education programs. The 89 participants included representatives from Argentina,...

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The photo above is from the RSCT's end-of-the-school year Christmas festival, which was celebrated with faculty, volunteers, friends, and this year's full time Waldorf Professional Development students, on Friday December 14th.

At this festival, the Teacher Education students presented a puppet show of an indigenous story in...

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The RSCT's Waldorf Childcare Enterprise Director, Karen Weyler, has been hard at work, getting ready for the opening of the first "Star Seedlings Family and Child Care Centre" in Guelph in the spring of 2019. The house which the new centre will inhabit, has been previously used as a childcare centre, which should...

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November 2018


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Photo above: Faculty and friends with this year's full-time Waldorf Teacher Professional Development students at the RSCT's Michaelmas festival on September 28th, 2018.

Dear Friends of the Rudolf Steiner Centre,

We have wonderful news to deliver!

We have successfully turned the challenges of the last two years into a renewal...

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Julian Mulock Directs a Play at the Curtain Club

Long-time RSCT supporter and visiting teacher Julian Mulock has a long history in the dramatic arts and especially in community theatre. His latest production is now showing at the Curtain Club in Richmond Hill. The play he is directing, "Enchanted April"...

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In our last story about University of Michigan professor Frederick Amrine, who will be speaking tomorrow, Sunday Nov. 18th at the RSCT, at 2:30 pm, we mentioned that Diana Hughes, John Kettle and James Brian had helped persuade Canadian Indigenous architect, Douglas Cardinal, to write a forward for one...

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Update

Thanks to Mary Milkovie, at the Detroit Waldorf School, Nov. 12, 2018

"Mary Cryderman had worked a the Detroit Waldorf School for several years wearing many hats. She worked in our after school program and then also as an assistant in our early childhood classes. She fell in love...

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Nov. 9, 10: RSCT Waldorf Development Conference on integrating Indigenous cultural material in the Waldorf school setting. This conference is for teachers, administrators, and parents. Online registration only. Registration deadline Nov. 9th at 6 pm.

Nov. 10, 17, 24: Village Market Candlelight Craft Market, upstairs in Toronto Waldorf School lobby, 8...

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There seems to have been a recent surge of interest in Indigenous culture not only in Waldorf circles, but in Canadian society at large. 

At least some people are finally asking “Why is a quarter of Canada’s prison population Indigenous?” instead of just totally ignoring the status quo (as in...

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October 2018


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In the lead up to the RSCT's Nov. 9th & 10th Waldorf Development Conference on how to incorporate Indigenous cultural material in the Waldorf school setting, we thought it might be relevant to publish two reports on a unique conference which took place last August. The conference was designed to...

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