Glenora Farm, a Camphill Community
4766 Waters Rd. Duncan BC
For more information contact:
Adola McWilliam, [email protected] or 250-746-6341
Olaf Lampson, [email protected] or 250-746-1740
Sunrise Waldorf School
2148 Lakeside Rd, Duncan – 250-743-7253
The Sol Centre
and Freya-Sophia Waldorf Store and
Location: next to The Community Farm Store and Glow Juicery and Cafe. No. 3, 5380 Hwy. 1, Duncan BC. V9L 6W4
Ongoing anthroposophically-inspired talks, workshops and study groups sponsored or organized by the Freya Sophia Waldorf and Steiner Bookstore at the Sol Centre. Please email to be on our email list for regular notifications. [email protected]
Freya-Sophia Waldorf Store and Steiner Bookstore All things natural for children; toys, wool clothing, art supplies, handwork supplies, books. Warmth, wonder and wisdom for children and adults. Our BOOKSTORE has hundreds of anthroposophical titles on all subjects together with a huge selection of educational and parenting resources.
Open 11 – 3 Monday through Saturday, closed Sundays and holidays. Call 250-597-4763 or contact [email protected] for questions, orders or requests for after hour visits if you are from out of town.
The Ita Wegman Study Group meets every second Saturday @ 3:00 pm in Trillium at Glenora Farm (4766 Waters Rd, Duncan, BC).
We are reading the last volume from the series of Steiner lectures in Karmic Relationships and will be choosing a new book for our studies in the new year. All are welcome.“ :
Please check first for the covid protocols required & any changes to our venue or schedule.
Email [email protected] if you wish to be on the mailing list for this group or call Patricia (250)748-0699 for more information.
Living into Anthroposophy Series of Explorations
with Josef Graf
These explorations, based on the spiritual science of anthroposophy, are not lectures. They are explorations via discussion. They are held at the Sol Centre, in Duncan, every first and third Sunday, from 2 pm to 5:30 pm. All are welcome. The explorations will proceed on a donation basis. Appropriate for all levels.
The following 13 themes will be covered in order, between Oct 4 and May 3:
- health and illness – Oct 4
- meta-physiology and nutrition – Oct 18
- esoteric development – part one – the Western spiritual path – Nov 1
- life between death and rebirth – Nov 15
- astronomy – Dec 6
- esoteric development – part two, navigating spiritual realms – Jan 17
- reincarnation and karmic relationships – Feb 7
- the Mystery of Golgotha – Feb 21
- orientations to spirituality – experiencing the Western path – March 7
- anthroposophical medicine/remediation – March 21
- spiritual considerations regarding technology and the internet – April 4
- looking into the future – April 18
- the apocalypse/revelations – May 3
Josef Graf teaches anthroposophical watercolour painting in Duncan. He also offers life issues counselling, lends support for study groups, and facilitates educational forums for several different anthroposophical themes, in the form of interactive explorations. For more information email – [email protected]
Devotional Circle (connected to the Christian Community)
Every first and third Sunday of the month
Marilyn Lange 250-737-1881 or [email protected]`
CULTIVATING COURAGE WORKSHOPS: One day community and courage building workshops to experience the arts such as eurythmy, storytelling, nature study, spacial dynamics, painting, from drawing, singing and much more. Contact [email protected] to indicate your interest to attend or to be a presenter at one of our workshops. Class size is limited but we are encouraging other members of the community to host their own. For information regarding the format or sharing your ideas, contact Nicolette.
Eurythmy workshops with Mary Brian:
[email protected] or 250-929-1874
Contact: Michael Gallant, [email protected] or 250-221-8686
Anthro-Bridge; To be put on the e-list for notice of anthroposophical events in the wider Vancouver area, contact Anthony Perzel at [email protected]