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Fall Schedule

June, 22 2011

Fall Schedule

Monday, Sept. 9th, - Oct. 28th,   " Clay modeling for young children"    8 weeks   

San Mateo location, Tuesdays 10.00 am-12.00pm, for information please contact Leanne Taylor @ 650-533-6594 or bodo@pinemountainarts.org.       Scheduled to continue with a 2nd. 6 week block after Oct. 28th.

Saturday, September 24th,   Introduction to Biodynamic Bee keeping. Santa Cruz "Reskilling Expo". - free event.donation based- Time:  10,00am to 4,00pm. Location: Museum of Art and History, 705 Front street, Santa Cruz. The talk on Biodynamic Bee Keeping will be at 11.30 on the Patio.

Thursday, Sept. 29th,- November 17th,   "Nature exploration for Young Children" Session 1

Last Chance Rd. / Big Basin location, 8weeks on Thursdays from 9.00am-3.00pm for more information please contact: Paola Rodarte @650-391-4506 or bodo@pinemountainarts. limited enrollment. cost: $600.00 per session. Parts of this curriculum are "Ocean Grove" approved and qualify for funding. course full, waiting list has been created.

Saturday, Oct.1st - Nov.5th,

Sculpting in clay. 6 Saturdays,1.30 - 3.30pm. R. Steiner College, San Francisco extension. This course is intended for educators. For more information please contact the director of this program: Irene Francois  tel. 510-751-2855

 Sept / Oct. 2011                  

Pending:  " Iron Age Forging"   for young Teenagers, location will be the Bonny Doon area or Last Chance/ Big Basin.  For information please contact: Julie Wooden: 831-234-2440      open enrollment.

Monday, Oct 10th to Nov 28th

" Practical Arts and Clay modeling "  for young children, Waldorf methodology. Location: Menlo Park.  for more information please contact:Lena Plamondon 650-533-6594.  very limited enrollment.

Wednesday, Oct. 19th - Dec.14th, " Nature Exploration and Practical Arts"  for children ages 9 to 11  Session 1

Locacation: Last Chance Rd./ Big Basin, Wednesdays from 9.00am to 3.00 pm. cost of course $ 600.00 per session.   This course is a continuation from last year and includes: Archery, Beekeeping, Iron Age forging, primitive shelters,  woodworking and other activities.There is a strong social component and group process. We hope to build over the course of the year.(3-4  8 week sessions.)   For more information please contact Claire Takemori    cht@mac.com  or bodo@pinemountainarts.org            There is currently 1 more space for a student                                                                        

Feb 19th, to 22nd. 2012

Waldorf Teachers Conference at Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks California.