October 2019

Meet Filmmaker Kim Hunter at the Novalis Hall Screening of "Time to Play" Sat. Oct. 12th, 2-4 pm

Please join us for an inspiring screening of the documentary film "Time to Play" by Kim Hunter (43 minutes) followed by a talk and discussion with Ms. Hunter.

Kim Hunter, who is a Canadian educator and recipient of The Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in Early Childhood Education (photo above), speaks about her concerns with the issues facing children and families in her film, "Time to Play".

This is a film about early childhood (age 0-6) featuring a Waldorf setting. Featured in the film are child development experts who speak to the difficulties and challenges that arise when children are not allowed enough free time to play, to move and are over-exposed to technology. To view the trailer, for more details visit:

"I made Time to Play because I'm concerned about the changes I've seen in child development over the last 20 years,” says Ms. Hunter. “I hope to stimulate a cultural conversation that can change the way we relate to the early years of human development.”

Time to Play

A screening of the documentary film, followed by talk and discussion with Ms. Hunter.

When: Sat, 12 October 2019

What time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 

Where: Novalis Hall , Camphill Communities Ontario, 7841 4 Line Angus, ON L0M 1B1

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