The Washington Waldorf School is pleased to offer a variety of adult education opportunities throughout the school year to support, engage, and inspire our families and the wider community. The range of events include film screenings, lectures on pertinent topics of interest by outside experts, workshops, and more. While many of these events are primarily directed at parents, they generally are of wider interest, and anyone who is interested is welcome to attend. Most events are free.
Join Us at an Upcoming Event
- January 20, 2020 · 3 pm, Chamber Music Concert, Ticketed Event. More information.
- January 21, 2020 · 8:30 am in the WWS Library, Theodora Scarato, presenting Cell Phone Safety and a screening of PBS documentary featuring Burt Wolf.
- January 31, 2020 · 8:30 am in the WWS Library, Elizabeth Rule, "Indigenous Voices" discussion hosted by WWS's Committee for Diversity, Equity and Social Justice.
- February 1, 2020 · 9:30 am in the WWS Library, POSC Book Club discussion with Jack Petrash "Understanding Waldorf Education, Teaching from the Inside Out".
- February 19, 2020 · 7 to 8:30 pm at WWS, Christiaan Boele, Singing Workshop
- March 5-6, 2020 · Torin Finser, Topic TBD
- March 12, 2020 · 7 to 8:15 pm, Movie screening: “Angst” documentary, the Event is Free but passes are required. RSVP by March 10.
- March 26, 2020 · D. Gerwin, Topic TBD
Past Events Include
- Nancy Blanning, Sensing the World and Building the Brain-Partners for Life
- Parent Education Evening, with Lani Hill: Developmental Milestones: A Road Map for Parents
- Hygienic Eurythmy Course with Susan Walsh, Therapeutic Eurythmist
- Next Steps, First Grade and Beyond, with Jennifer Page
- Left to Their Own Devices: Helping Our Children Navigate the Digital World; A Talk for Parents by Diana Graber, Founder of CyberCivics
- The Spiritual and Religious Needs of Children; Co-sponsored by the WWS Diversity Committee & the Christian Community of Greater Washington-Baltimore
- Introduction to Biodynamic Beekeeping: A Workshop with Gunther Hauk of Spikenard Farm Honeybee Sanctuary
- Three Tsunamis of the Soul: Teens Won’t Drown If They Reach Higher Ground with Douglas Gerwin