Parenting and Education Conference Addresses
Goodness, Beauty and Truth
The Great Lakes Waldorf Institute and Lifeways of North America, along with Prairie Hill, Tamarack and Madison Waldorf Schools, is hosting their sixth community education conference. From Roots to Fruit: Parenting & Education Toward Goodness, Beauty and Truth takes place March 3 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It will feature three keynote speakers, morning and afternoon workshops on a variety of topics and practices, and a selection of exhibitors showcasing their products and services.
Scheduled keynote speakers include Mary O’Connell, with the topic GOODNESS–Encountering Goodness in Today’s World; Bente Goldstein, who will address BEAUTY–Developing Emotional Depth During the Grade School Years; and Philip Chard, who will speak on TRUTH–Becoming One’s Authentic Self; How Young People Discover Who They Are.
Cost (includes lunch): $30 before Feb. 15; $35 after Feb. 15; $40 at door. Location: N14W29143 Silvernail Rd., Pewaukee. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit RootsToFruit.bpt.me or Facebook.com/events/1980319358919563.
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