Dear members and friends, email-EVENTS and announcements for FEBRUARY 2017 and looking ahead;

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Book now for LIFE & LIVING 2017 : Festival-Encounter-Conference 12-16th April, Hunter Valley NSW.

Full information and Registration at; www.asc-au.com   Anthroposophical Society in Australia.

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First Saturday of the month, commencing …

Saturday 4th February 2017 10:30am-1:00pm MORNING TEA IN THE CITY At Cafe Vic, Ground floor, Victorian Arts Centre, St Kilda Road. Everyone is welcome, meet old and new friends and enjoy some lively discussion. For new comers – so we won’t miss you !  – Contact Annita; 9523 6738

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Thursday 2nd February, weekly, 1-3pm in Warranwood, Writing for wellbeing: creative writing as soul exploration.

Tuesday 14th February, weekly, 7-9pm, (location probably Collingwood). Writing for wellbeing.

Contact Clare Coburn, 9876 2395, 0422 019 970, clare@clarecoburn.com.

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Wednesday 8th February 7:00pm at 319 Auburn Road, Hawthorn. ECONOMICS STUDYGROUP is resuming, with After Capitalism by Michael Spence. Some upcoming topics are Capital, Ownership of Land, and Economic Associations. New participants welcome; no knowledge of economics required. Please contact Yasushi, 0499 685 881 or yasushi.hayashi@yahoo.com

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Saturday 11th – 12th February, Sophia Mundi Steiner School, Abbotsford. WORKSHOP TaKeTiNa Rhythm with Michael Kokinos. Beginners welcome. TaKeTiNa works with the primal rhythmic archetypes in nature and the cosmos. If you enjoy music, rhythm and meditation, the weekend will hold a wonderful space for exploration of sensation, perception and expanded awareness. Enquiries: Michael 0418 532 166, more details: www.blueskytherapies.com.au/ta-ke-ti-na.html

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Thursday 16th February 11:30am – 3:00pm (commencing; over 3 terms, see website), at Rudolf Steiner Seminar, 37A Wellington Park Drive, Warranwood. PART TIME COURSES, Bio-Dynamic Nutrition and Gardening

Further information, contact Atika 0433 677 106  | Enrolments: www.biodynamicsincommunity.org.au

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Some for your planning ahead  …

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Saturday 4th March 10:30am – 1:00pm WORKSHOPS at the Christian Community building, 319 Auburn Road, Hawthorn. The Social Art : Transforming individual and social fields. We will explore through sound and movement the 12 qualities of individuals and groups toward creative action. Cost: $50, group rates and concessions available. More information and bookings, call Mark Neill; 0420 202 735  www.eurythmy.com.au

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Saturday 11th March 3:00pm-5:00pm URIEL EVENTS 2017 at Christian Community building, 319 Auburn Rd, Hawthorn.

‘Being human in the age of technological development’. Inga Muribo, Rose Nekvapil, Matthew Hardie, Stefan Nekvapil and friends – Seed Australia. – Afternoon tea. – Entry by donation. Enquiries: Clare Coburn 9876 2395 or Cheryl Nekvapil
0458 124 088  Supported by the Ligsma Kirpe Trust and the Anthroposophical Society Vic Branch.

6:00pm-9:00pm  Trivia & Open Stage Night – hosted by the Youth initiative.

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There will be NO SATURDAY MORNING TALK in March.

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Thursday 6th April at 7:00pm, PUBLIC LECTURE at 319 Auburn Road, Hawthorn

Orland Bishop – The Technological Age of Human Life. “Technologies are ways by which the human being utilises the will to create change in the world”. $20 (or what you can pay) A Moral Technologies initiative. www.moraltechnologies.com.au

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Friday 7th 10th April, FOUR-DAY INTENSIVE The Technological Age of Human Life at 207 Serpells Rd, Templestowe, Vic.  Orland Bishop (Shadetree Multicultural Foundation, USA) and social architect Bruce McKenzie; with lectures, workshops and creative ways to deeply explore different facets of our humanity, our creative potential and how it relates to our time and the rapid developments in technology. Suit 15 yrs upwards as the inter-generational range in 2016 was a highlight. Self-assessed concessions, travel support, scholarships for under 38 (or in need) are available. Information, registration: www.moraltechnologies.com.au | www.seedaustralia.net.au

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LIFE & LIVING 2017 : Festival-Encounter-Conference 12-16th April, Hunter Valley NSW.

Full information and Registration at; www.asc-au.com   Anthroposophical Society in Australia.

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Saturday 22nd April 10:00am – 12:00pm SATURDAY MORNING TALKS at the Phillis Hore Room, Kew Library.

Leanne Moraes, Through the Gate to the Garden – Reflections on the master painter Raphael, an exploration of old wisdom in the light of children today. $18 full, $15 members & conc. morning tea.  Enquiries: Maria Garrido 0423 274 936

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