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Community Enrichment

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.

Family Potluck and Game Nights

Friday, February 6th, 5:30pm-8pm
Family Potluck and All-School Meeting
Come for a fun night of entertainment for the children while the adults go to the Sanctuary for the annual All-School Meeting.

Friday, March 6, 6 - 8:30pm in Hazelwood Hall
8:30 - 10pm for Middle School OVERTIME
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! Middle School students can stay for an extended time of gaming and friendship from 8:30-10pm.

Coffee Wednesday!

March 11, March 25, April 15, April 29, May 13
After Morning Drop-Off

Come and start your day with friends while enjoying a cup of coffee and Mr. Crowley's delicious bread! Located in the front yard of the Administration building.

Adult Eurythmy classes in the New Year
Come join us for movement to music in the New Year.
Friday, January 23rd and 30th from 10-10:50 am in Hazelwood Hall.

We will work with different music pieces from the Eurythmy curriculum and tailor the class to the abilities and interests of the participants present-no prior experience is necessary. The classes can be attended either individually or together.

To participate please RSVP to Laira Covert at Questions? Call Laira at (770) 908-1066

We look forward to seeing you there!

Knitting Classes for Adults with Lisa Roggow

Learn new skills knitting at WSA's beautiful new Early Childhood Center located at 1015 Edgewood Avenue NE, Atlanta, 30307.

Knit HATS!
Five straight weeks of beginning knitting (hats) on these dates: Jan 24, Jan 31, Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21 from 9:30am 11:30am. Cost: $35 for the series. Minimum is 3 participants; maximum is 12.

Knit Spring Animal Toys!
On Feb 28, March 7 and March 14 from 9:30am 11:30am - toy making session with bunnies and lambs. Cost: $20 for the series. Minimum is 3 participants; maximum is 20.

For Questions or to RSVP, please email

Saturday, February 7, 7:00 pm
The Loft at Academe of the Oaks (Waldorf High School)

146 New Street, Decatur 30030

All adults in the WSA community are warmly invited to an evening of extra special fun. It's our annual Coffeehouse, when the various artists among us have a chance to share their gifts.

While we sip wine brought from home or delicious coffee donated by local cafes, we enjoy sets of performance art (music, movement, spoken word, dance...). YOU are invited to share or perform at the Coffeehouse. All adults in the WSA community are more than welcome to participate.

Don't be shy! It's a great way to step out in a loving environment. Not a performer? No worries - we also need an audience! Come and enjoy the talents of our community.

Performance arts: contact Carol Lane, 404-374-1072,

Siblings Without Rivalry™
Parenting and Communication Workshop (flyer)

Wednesdays, 8:30-10:00am in the Hospitality Room

These 90-minute sessions will cover:
Session 1: February 25th
   Helping Siblings Deal with their Feelings
Session 2: March 11th
   Keeping Children Separate and Unequal
Session 3: March 18th
   Siblings in Roles
Session 4: March 25th
   When Kids Fight
Session 5: April 1st
   Problem Solving
Session 6: April 15th
   Final Review

Evening Workshop on the Arts

Six consecutive Tuesday evenings following winter break
(2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, and 3/31)

Every day, the children are engaged in artistic expression. Teachers in their training practice all the arts, and continue to do so long after. To really understand the importance (and joy) of creating art, one must experience it.

Join Jim McClurkin for artistic activity and conversation in a series of six weekly workshops. We will explore a broad survey of the arts, including such things as beeswax, clay modeling, form drawing, geometric drawing, watercolor painting and veil painting. No experience is necessary! Each subject is easily adapted to the beginner or to those more experienced. Following last year's autumn and spring workshops, we had a number of requests for evening sessions. So we will meet on Tuesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at our Early Childhood Center in Inman Park (1015 Edgewood Avenue, 30307). There is a $25 materials fee. To register, please contact Caroline Hall at Space is limited so sign-up early!

Crystal Bowl Meditation

May 12th 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!


Foundation Studies

Throughout the year, our Foundation Studies group will offer special opportunities to hear guest speakers. Read more about the group here.

Nathaniel Williams is offering a public lecture on Friday, Feb 27, 2015 at 7pm
120 Years of the Philosophy of Freedom
a presentation by Nathaniel Williams

120 years ago the Philosophy of Freedom was first published in German. It counts as a major and unique chapter in the book of Rudolf Steiner's writing career. For anyone who reads his autobiography, the special place it occupied in his own view is also explicit. This is a presentation on the first forty years of Steiner's life, the major ideas of the book and how they relate to current discussions and challenges in contemporary thought and culture. Though many things have changed, and many books have not endured the last twelve decades, this book remains pertinent.

The lecture is free. Please rsvp to so we can plan seating.


Parent Association

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.

Events organized by the WSA Parent Association will be posted here as they are organized.