The Waldorf School of Atlanta hosts regular Community Enrichment activities and events to educate and energize our community of parents, faculty, children and community supporters. Please contact the school office (404 377-1315) for more information.
September 2, 16 and 30
October 21, November 11, March 16, April 20, May 18
After Morning Drop-Off
Come and start your day with friends while enjoying a cup of coffee and delicious bread from La Calavera Bakery. Coffee Wednesday is located outside the Education building.
Family Potluck and Game Nights
Sep 11, Oct 23, Dec 4, Feb 26, April 15
6 - 8:30pm in Hazelwood Hall
Come and enjoy a pot-luck dinner from 6-7pm followed by board games and fun for the whole family! Bring your favorite family game to share and enjoy for an evening of fun for all!
Crystal Bowl Meditation
September 29, December 15 and May 10 at 7:30 in Hazelwood Hall
Take a small break for yourself and join us for an evening of restoration and relaxation! Come make a cozy space for yourself in Hazelwood Hall and let go as Kathy Lytle plays her crystal bowls for an hour. You will leave a much different person -- more relaxed, open, and renewed.
Kathy Lytle is a healing arts practitioner who uses quartz crystal and Tibetan singing bowls to help release tension and energy blockages, allowing people to open once again to life, love, and laughter! Give yourself the gift of bliss! Please bring a pillow, yoga mat, or blanket to make yourself comfortable. You will be so glad that you did!
October 3, October 24, November 14, December 5, January 9 (2016), January 23 and February 6
Saturdays, 10-11:30am in Hazelwood Hall
Exciting news for Eurythmy fans! Laira Covert is offering an adult eurythmy class starting this fall. It meets for 7 Saturday sessions and will combine movement with the study of Rudolf Steiner's lectures on the art of Eurythmy. For more information, click here
Encounter Anthroposophy and the Arts
Woodworking as an Art
- a workshop series for adults with Francisco Moreno
This hands-on series of classes will focus around the "will" and how it manifests with exercises in woodworking. Learn about different woods- their qualities, strengths and characteristics, and various tools that can be used to shape useful objects. Participants will create your own individual projects, under the guidance of our skilled craftsman and teacher.
Each class will be broken into three parts and will progress from week to week
- A presentation of concepts to help design the desired shapes.
- Demonstration of tool techniques and second nature approaches that help the worker be successful in completing the project.
- The last layer of the class is devoted to observation and review of the project's progress and planning for the next session.
6 evening sessions that meet on Tuesdays, 7:30 to 9pm
October 20, October 27, Nov 3, Nov 10, Dec 1, Dec 8
Tuition for 6 classes is $120 + $25 supply fee. $145 total. Please make checks to WSA.
Space is very limited- Email email@example.com to enroll or for more info.
Throughout the year, our Foundation Studies group will offer special opportunities to hear guest speakers. Read more about the group here
The mission of WSAPA is to involve, educate, inspire and support the families of WSA through community building activities and gatherings, parent education, open communication and outreach, faculty and staff support, and fund-raising endeavors.