January 2014 Newsletter

January 2014 Newsletter (PDF)

Portland Branch Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Meditations on the New Year:  The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year, by Rudolf Steiner.  One thought we, the editors, have is that by offering the opportunity to read Steiner’s work as it relates to the season, or to a current festival, we begin to develop something of a common frame of reference within our community.
  • The Glyph of Capricorn , by Donna Kellum.  This is Donna’s twelfth and final article of her series. A big “Thank-You!” to Donna for this year-long gift to our community.
  • The Winter Robin by Lucy Newton; and Winter Snow, by David Newbatt; paintings courtesy of Wynstones Press.
  • Save the Dates!  As we continue the Holy Nights readings through January 6; and anticipate a January workshop on Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas, and a February Foundation Stone workshop.
  • What the Honey Bee Would Say to the Beekeeper if She Could, by community beekeeper/poet Wesley Burch
  • Poems:  The Risk of Birth; and Tonight by the Fire, as I Stroke Your Silver Hair
  • The New Art Hall Logo!
  • Sponsors Page 
  • Event Fliers:
    • Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas – a workshop with Barbara Renold, includes registration form
    • Toward a Better Understanding of the Foundation Stone Meditation with Margaret Shipman, a free workshop as a gift to the community.
    • Art Dispersal with Laura Summer
    • Devotional Painting in the 21st Century: Drawing from the Face of God with Laura Summer
winter robin

Winter Robin by Lucy Newton, Wynstones Press

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