at 62 Avenue B, New York , 10009
The New Amsterdam School is a developing Waldorf school offering Grade School, Kindergarten, Nursery, Bridge, Parent-Child and Parent-Infant classes.
The New Amsterdam School began as a grassroots alliance of educators, parents, and community leaders determined to bring the benefits of Waldorf education to the Lower Manhattan. We offer Parent-Child, Preschool and Kindergarten classes. Grade school classes will begin in the fall of 2014!
Take the F train to 2nd Avenue and Houston, walk east to Ave B and 4 blocks north to 4th Street. Take the J, M or Z train to Essex Street and walk N & E.
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~ Reminder for Our Parent Community ~ Holy Mamas : Holy Papas January 28th, 9:30 - 11:30 am Join Jerilyn Brownstein for Holy Mamas :: Holy Papas A workshop to support, honor and inspire the inner life of mothers and fathers A holy mama/papa is aware that parenting is an initiation into wholeness. Meeting, accepting and learning to work with all the parts of our self we meet in being parents -- we become healthy, whole, holy. The workshop sets the stage for a monthly group of parents interested in growing themselves while they grow their families. Date: Wednesday, January 28th, 9:30 - 11:30am Place: New Amsterdam School at 1 ave B Fee: workshop cost $85 Monthly group - determined by number of individuals committed
Tonight at 7pm - Open and Free Lecture by Mixed Aged Kindergarten teacher Morgan Trujillo. "Tis A Gift to Be Simple" - will explore the festival life for the young child. Learn more about how Waldorf Education creates a mood of joy and reverence for children during the holiday season. THE NEW AMSTERDAM SCHOOL 1 Avenue B (at Houston Street)
Please join us tomorrow at 62 Avenue B for our Community Lecture Series at 7pm! Lisa Romero will speak about our task as human beings, parents, and a school community. Lisa Romero is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered education enriched with anthroposophy since 1998. Since 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation. Her two most recent books are entitled: "The Inner Work Path — A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light of Anthroposophy" and "Developing the Self - through the Inner Work Path in the Light of Anthroposophy."