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Nurturing Arts: The Myth of Persephone -- ADULTS ONLY!
Open Seats 1
2016-4-21
9:00 am
-2016-5-12
12:00 pm
Peas & Carrots Spring Session
Open Seats 1
2016-5-6
9:00 am
-2016-5-27
11:00 am

Nurturing Arts: The Myth of Persephone -- ADULTS ONLY!


Apr 21,2016 - May 12,2016 Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Observations and Rhythms -- Adults Only! Painting • Drawing • Singing 4 Thursday mornings from 9-12noon! April 21, 28, May 5, and 12. Helios Center located behind 601 Sopris Ave, Carbondale !
An artistic exploration into the Goddess of the spring, representing the inner mystery of the human soul and Nature. Nurturingarts seeks to foster harmony and is based upon the inspiring work of Rudolf Steiner. After registering you can simply arrive: all art materials will be provided. Call Helena, the school’s art therapist, 720-390-8388 for questions. Donations welcomed to cover costs.
Call 720-390-8388 for questions. Donations welcomed to cover costs. Registration is necessary ~ www.waldorfschoolrf.com/registration

Location

Helios Arts Center
601 Sopris Ave
Carbondale, CO 81623

Event Fees:

Registration $ 0.00

Peas & Carrots Spring Session


May 6,2016 - May 27,2016 Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday in May including May 6, 13, 20 and 27 -- The Peas and Carrots Parent-Child Program provides education and resources for parents and their young children from one to three years of age. Together we seek to create a warm, secure and joyful place for young children to play, discover and gradually unfold. Participants come together in an inviting environment that echoes the rhythms and atmosphere of a Waldorf Early Childhood classroom. The class encourages young children to explore and engage in the wonders of the first years of life in group play. They offer parents a place to connect, find a supportive group, discuss and share child development and parenting issues, and to learn about Waldorf education. This class creates safe play spaces that offer children rich opportunities for age-appropriate, self-initiated exploration. Open-ended toys made from natural materials nourish the children’s developing senses, encourage them to employ their creative and imaginative capacities, and further develop their emerging fine-motor skills. Structures that they can move, explore with their whole bodies, crawl over and into—combined with environments that invite movement—help develop their gross-motor coordination. Through quiet observation of the children, and conversations centered on weekly readings on child development, the adults gain greater awareness and trust in their children’s growing interests, motor abilities, social interactions, and problem-solving skills. Their trust strengthens the children’s emerging self-confidence and feeds their growing interest in exploring their world    

Location

Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork Kinderhaus
16543 Hwy 82
Carbondale, CO 81623

Event Fees:

Registration for Participants $ 60.00