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Dear Participating ReTreeUS School: As the holiday season draws near, we would like to thank you again for your support. We are now raising funds to install an orchard at your school next spring, and we would like to let you know about the two primary campaigns we have in progress.
      We would greatly appreciate your help in spreading the word about the following opportunities:
Flatbread Pizza Benefit for ReTreeUS - Flatbread Pizza in Portland will host a benefit for ReTreeUS on January 31st. For each pizza purchased that evening, Flatbread will donate $3.50 to the ReTreeUS program. The dinner will be at the restaurant at 72 Commercial St # 5 Portland, ME 04101-4749, from 5 to 9 p.m., and a representative from ReTreeUS will be available to share information and answer questions.
      Both of the efforts mentioned above will benefit your school by helping to fund the installation of your orchard, as well as our educational workshops. Please help us spread the word by posting or distributing the attached Holiday Tree flyer to families. We will send another flyer for the Flatbread event after the New Year.
      Thanks so much for your help! We wish you a joyous holiday season.
Sincerely, Moriah Salter, ReTreeUS Co-founder, www.retreeus.org   

Click here to see holiday tree flyer. (01-17)

Dear Friends of The Christian Community in Maine: The Reverend Michael Brewer of the Detroit Christian Community, whom many of you have now met,was able to meet with us for our annual Michaelmas Conference in November. And now Michael will bereturning to Maine as our priest for the upcoming Epiphany Conference on January 26, 27, and 28. Michael will be arriving in Maine on Thursday, January 26, and will remain here until Saturday, January 28. The following events are scheduled during his visit: Click here to view events.


 

WorldWide: Global home exchange community for Waldorf families

Dear Waldorf school:
I’m running the Waldorf home exchange community WaldorfWide.com
, and would like to give you some information that I think would be interesting for your parents, students and teachers. I started WaldorfWide back in 2006 as my graduation project from Steiner school, and since then it has grown to become the world’s biggest network of Waldorf families who swap homes in their holidays. WaldorfWide is still – and will remain – a free service to the Waldorf community.
All the best,
Elías Christian Lundström
Former Waldorf student and founder of WaldorfWide.com
http://waldorfwide.com/house-exchange.php

Click here for WaldorfWide poster  (01/10)

 

Dear Waldorf School Colleague,
For the past five years, Kroka Expeditions has partnered with Kimberton Waldorf School to offer an annual winter wilderness trip
. That original trip has grown to include many Waldorf students from across the northeast. This journey offers a unique experience of traditional winter expedition by cross-country ski and snowshoe, a much needed alternative to the fast-paced winter recreation of today. We would like to invite your students to join
us!
Emily Turner
School Program Assistant, Kroka Expeditions
"Where Consciousness Meets Wilderness"
767 Forest Rd, Marlow, NH 03456, 603 835 9087, emily.turner@kroka.org
Winter Adventure Programs

Click here to view flyer (01/10)

Contra Dance Repertoire Sessions: Drop-in, $5 per session
Mondays 7:30pm with Melissa Bragdon at 317 Main Community Music Center
Whether you have already enjoyed playing for contra dances or would like to learn more about the style, we invite you to join us with your acoustic instrument at 317 Main! We will be learning tunes from the contra dance repertoire;
collaborating with a caller aiming to play at a dance on Sat, April 28th! session info to be updated shortly at

www.317mainst.org (01/04)

Click the following link to view the January 2012 AWSNA Inform Newsletter: Inform January 2012

"'Inform' is a publication sent by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) to all the affiliated Waldorf schools in its membership to keep parents, teachers, board members, alumni, and all those interested in Waldorf Education informed of the current events affecting Waldorf schools nationally and internationally. By including this page in your regularly published bulletin or newsletter, you help us keep our entire Waldorf constituency up-to-date on pertinent issues affecting the movement." (01-04)