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November 2018

Julian's Play | Indigenous Waldorf Follow-up | Coach to Christkindl Market | Puppet Shows and Concert


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" is on from Nov. 16th through Dec. 1.

Julian says he was nervous up until opening night when everything came together. He expects it will be sold out due to word of mouth so don't be disappointed. Order your tickets soon! 

You can get tickets online or by calling the Curtain Club box office. If you order online please note that you must enter your address EXACTLY as shown on your credit card account statement.


Indigenous Waldorf Development Conference Follow-up

Earlier this month, the RSCT was pleased to welcome a record crowd of 120 teachers, parents and students to this year's Waldorf Development Conference which was about how to incorporate Indigenous cultural content into a Waldorf school setting.

In the photo above, Chandra Maracle from Everlasting Tree School presents the Haudenosaunee thankfulness prayer at the start of day on Saturday.

CBC Massey Lectures - "All Our Relations"

To learn more about the Indigenous experience in Canada you may want to listen to Tanya Talaga's CBC Massey Lectures, titled "All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward". You may also want to read this interview with Tanya which appeared recently in the Toronto Star.

You may remember that we mentioned in an earlier post that Tanya was going to give the Massey lectures but now she has given them. The lectures were recently broadcast on CBC Radio's "Ideas" program, Nov. 12th through 16th. They are currently available online at the CBC website.


Concert and Puppet Shows at the Advent Fair December 1st

The annual Christian Community Advent Fair which will take place December 1st at 901 Rutherford Rd, Thornhill will feature two performances of a marionette puppet show.

"The Shoemaker and the Elves", will be performed at 11:30 am and again at 1 pm. It is suitable for children three and older. Tickets are $5.

At 3 pm there will be a concert featuring Anne Marie Kopp, flute and Elisabeth Chomko, piano, performing Bach, Debussy, Calpert, and Poulenc.

Also there will be perormances by young musicians and a community carol sing.

The Advent Fair takes place Saturday, Dec. 1, from 10 am to 4 pm. at the Christian Community, 901 Rutherford Rd., Thornhill, L6A 1S2


There's Now a Coach Going to the Christkindl Market

Michael Schmidt and Elisa van der Hout of Glencolton Farms have arranged for a coach to take people up to the Christkindl Market Dec. 7th and 8th at their farm near Durham Ontario.

This is for people who'd like to go but don't want to drive two hours each way from Thornhill. The coach will leave Hesperus both days at 3 pm and return around 11 pm. 

Cost for the coach is $60 and includes admission to the Market and to the Sing-along Messiah.

Tickets available at the Village Market on Saturday mornings or call Marta at Hesperus at 905-764-0840, ext 241. Limited places available. No refunds. The Christkindl Market is a fundraising project for the Edge Hill School.


Frederick Amrine Lecture a Success, Sunday November 18th

In her introduction Diana Hughes said she would have been satisfied with 30 people attending but actually there were more than 60 people who came out to hear Fred's two lectures on karma last Sunday. See photo below. This was the first time Fred Amrine had spoken at the RSCT since 2015. 


More Coming Events

For more about coming events, see this post.

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