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Chris Kaufman, psychologist and executive skills expert, will give a talk at North Yarmouth Acadamy on Tuesday, October 22, from 7-9 PM. He is a VERY good speaker- entertaining, funny, and somehow able to make brain science and executive skills understandable to the average person. This event is sponsored by NYA and STARS Learning Center, and will be held in the Community Room at NYA. (10/15)
Peaceful Parenting in a Culture of Punishment: A Community Conversation: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 • 7:00 pm at Friends School of Portland: Katherine Endy and Sarah MacLaughlin, both social workers and parenting educators, will lead this evening of exploration using self-reflection, conversation, and group interactions. Join us to ponder the questions: What is the role of punishment? Is time-out a punishment or a consequence? and, What is the difference between punishment and consequences....Or is there a difference? If you have decided NOT to spank, coerce, or punish your children and are left saying, "Now what?" - or if punishing your kids isn't working and just doesn't feel right - this workshop is for you. Sarah and Katherine will offer a fresh perspective, the latest brain science, and new skills and tools to help you foster a connection-based approach for guiding your children. (10/08)
You and your family are invited to a one-time only movie screening of the highly acclaimed film Girl Rising in the Yarmouth Performing Arts Center (YPAC) on Saturday, October 19th at 7PM. This is a community event and admission is FREE! Come join us to celebrate International Day of the Girl and join the movement to help empower girls through education. Millions of girls face barriers to education, yet educating girls in developing countries can break the cycle of poverty in just one generation. This powerful film will inspire you. Click here to view the film's trailer: Girl Rising Trailer. Please note: This film is Rated PG-13 and deals with sensitive topics. We suggest you read reviews to decide if this film is appropriate for your child. Review by Common Sense Media: Common Sense Media and The New York Times movie review: NYTimes Review.
Little Roots classes at 317 Main in Yarmouth
Web link: http://317main.org/
LITTLE ROOTS II: Musical Foundations, ages 5 – 8
Adapting to Seasonal Changes; A Yoga and Hiking Retreat, November 1-3 at the Flagstaff Hut in the Carabasset Valley. Join Lucretia Woodruff and Kara Douglas for a weekend of yoga, hiking and delicious food (all sourced from local farms). Cost $340 for 2 nights, 2 days, lodging and meals, plus classes and a workshop on staying healthy with the seasonal changes. Contact Kara Douglas at email@example.com for more info. See our flyer for more details. (10/01)
Position openings at the White Mountain Waldorf School in New Hampshire:
Development Director , The Development Director is responsible for meeting the School’s annual fundraising and significant capital campaign goals. The Development Director is part of the administrative team and is advised by the Development Committee. The Director is also responsible for developing and maintaining active and productive relationships with board members, donors and administration. The candidate should have knowledge of the philosophy, the history of the school and groundwork that has been laid by founding families and faculty over the past 29 years. They will focus positive energy on development and sustainability.
All positions require an understanding of Waldorf Philosophy and/or a willingness to learn and work using Waldorf methods.
To apply, please send a letter of application, contact information for three references from people familiar with your work, and a short autobiography with your resume. Please email your information to the attention of Karen Albert, Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to White Mountain Waldorf School, PO Box 1069, Conway, NH 03818. (10/01)
Maine inside out presents Culture of Punishment: from Parenting to Prisons: A four-day symposium featuring an original performance by youth at Long Creek Youth Development Center & keynote by Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, October 15-18, 2013. All events free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration is required for certain events. For more information on the events: http://0380b59.netsolhost.com/love/culture-of-punishment/ (10/01)
Fire Prevention Open house at the Freeport Fire Station, Wednesday October 9th, 2013 during Fire Prevention week. Click herefor flyer. (10/01)
Sunbridge Institute Events: Our Waldorf Weekend workshops, which we introduced this past summer, were so successful that we've decided to add one onto our fall lineup. If you have any new staffers or board members, fledgling teachers, or new or prospective parents (or even veteran parents!) who would benefit from an illuminating, hands-on introduction to Waldorf Education and anthroposophy, we hope you will share the attached flyerwith them for this November 1-2 event. Additionally, if you have members of your community considering a career in Waldorf Education who would like to better understand the path of the Waldorf teacher, please encourage them to join us at an upcoming Open Day - scheduled for November 7th and 13th, during our elementary and early childhood November intensives. Visitors will experience a teacher education class, attend an in-depth discussion about Waldorf teacher education with our program director, and enjoy conversation over lunch with current program students. A flyer for these events is attached, as well. http://www.sunbridge.edu/ (10/01)
Freeport Community Library - October Events:
Animated film Hotel Transilvania Showing on Wednesday October 30, 2013 at 3:40pm. Running time 91 minutes, Rating PG. Come join us for this fun movie for the whole family. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Please click here for a PDF of the October Awsna newsletter, Inform.