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Special Performance – KASPAR HAUSER

The Sangre de Cristo Anthroposophy Group welcomes back Glen Williamson to Santa Fe.

Kaspar Hauser

The Open Secret of the Foundling Prince

Told by actor and storyteller Glen Williamson

A true story of an innocent boy
imprisoned in a dark cell
for most of his childhood.

In a journey through darkness
to light,
this tale explores what it means
to be human.

187 years ago a strange boy appeared on the streets of Nuremburg, barely able to stand, walk or speak. In Kaspar Hauser: The Open Secret of the Foundling Prince, historical facts and characters mix with a supernatural tale of a golden house, a wicked stepmother, and a boy kept in a dark cellar for most of his childhood. Who was he? And why does his story still affect us?

Created as an epic fairytale with historical interludes, this story includes inspiring spiritual pictures as well as the latest scientific research about one of 19th Century Europe’s most compelling figures.

Friday, November 9, 2018  6:30pm

Santa Fe Woman’s Club and Library Association
1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM

6:30 to 8:45pm with an intermission
Q & A following performance

Tickets are available online at: BrownPaperTickets.com
General admission: $15.00
Students/Seniors: $10.00

Glen Williamson appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

2018 North American Biodynamic Conference

Join us in the vibrant city of Portland, Oregon, for the 2018 North American Biodynamic Conference, Transforming the Heart of Agriculture: Soil. Justice. Regeneration., from November 14-18. Five days of programming will include field days at local farms and vineyards, inspiring and thought-provoking keynotes, hands-on workshops for beginners and experienced practitioners, delicious local and Biodynamic food and wine, artistic and cultural activities, facilitated conversations, and many new connections.

Gather, share, question, and explore together with 800-1000 farmers, gardeners, vintners, entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, activists, and enthusiasts from the region, across North America, and around the world.

Register Now

Register by September 20 for the early-bird discount!

Become a member at any level and enjoy an additional 10-20% off!

  • Hear from 80+ inspiring and thought-provoking speakers.
  • Learn practical skills and explore the principles of biodynamics and regenerative agriculture in 60+ workshops.
  • Take in views of the Columbia River from the Red Lion Jantzen Beach, with discounted hotel rooms available.
  • Enjoy a variety of special events: food and drink tastings, a seed swap, music and dancing, and so much more!

CANCELED – Christian Community Talks and Services – September 2018

Dear Friends of the Christian Community:

Rev. Jim Hindes is unable to visit us from September 21 to 23. All events have been canceled.

Friday, September 21 – Albuquerque

7:00pm Talk: Artificial Intelligence: Is it human? Are we human? Michael’s role on our path
Location: Ellen Steeves – 1030 Woodland Ave NM 87107 (North off Menual on 10th then left onto Woodland)

Saturday, September 22 – Santa Fe

1:00pm Religious instruction for children.
7:00pm Talk: Artificial Intelligence: Is it human? Are we human? Michael’s role on our path
Afternoon sacramental Consultations. (Please call Sally Rutledge to schedule. 505-883-4815)

Sunday, September 23 – Santa Fe

10:00am The Act of Consecration of Man
11:15am Sunday Service for Children

All events in Santa Fe are at the Santa Fe Waldorf School (room to be determined).

Christian Community Talks and Services – March 2018

Dear Friends of the Christian Community:

Rev. Jim Hindes will visit us from March 23 to March 25. Below is a schedule of events:

Friday, March 23 – Albuquerque

7:00pm Talk: Where should we look to find Christ?
Location: Ellen Steeves – 1030 Woodland Ave NM 87107 (North off Menual on 10th then left onto Woodland)

Saturday, March 24 – Santa Fe

1:00pm Religious instruction for children.
7:00pm Talk: Where should we look to find Christ?
Afternoon sacramental Consultations. (Please call Sally Rutledge 505-883-4815)

Sunday, March 25 – Santa Fe

10:00am The Act of Consecration of Man
11:15am Sunday Service for Children

All events in Santa Fe are at the Waldorf High School.

Rudolf Steiner’s Goetheanum a “Philosophical Masterpiece”


The UK website Wallpaper* (which covers architecture, art, design, and more) has a concise appreciation: “Rudolf Steiner’s Goetheanum in Switzerland is a philosophical masterpiece.”

One of the largest reinforced concrete buildings of its time, the Goetheanum has an enigmatic design that combines the charismatic volume of Gaudí, with the zeal of an Orthodox onion dome and the command of a Brutalist masterpiece …

Steiner applied Goethe’s laws of metamorphosis to architecture, designing each part of the building as a cog in the greater machine with a greater purpose: colonnaded corridors circulate the main auditorium like devoted veins transmitting information into the heart of the vessel and cavernous staircases peel out like organ pipes sculpting the movement of sound …

There are a number of fine photographs by François Coquerel. Read more here.