Upcoming Community Events

Mar 21-24 | A Second Chance for the World

A Second Chance for the World Conference – seeing beyond the falsehood of modern history through the lens of associative economics will be coming to the Vancouver Waldorf School, 21-24 March, which is nearly upon us! Much preparation has gone into this event thus far and it promises to be a significant one for anyone seeking deeper perspectives on modern economic conditions and a path by which to contribute to a hopeful future that will be worthy of all humanity.

There are still a few places left at the table! For those of you who have attended Economics Conference events in the past, you know how seriously fun and hilariously serious a party they can be! If you haven’t yet, this is it; there won’t be a second chance! Please pass the word!

Registration deadline is March 15, 2019, for the full conference. There are also two evening stand-alone lectures for those who cannot attend the entire weekend.

Make a donation toward conference costs

Mar 29-31 | Co-Creating with Nature Spirits to Heal the Earth

Book Launch and Workshop with Tanis Helliwell details
Location: Rudolf Steiner Centre, 2743 Delbrook Avenue, North Vancouver

March 29, 2019, 7:30 pm Talk and book launch: Elementals and Ancestors of Hawaii: Tanis will tell about her new book, which describes her meeting of seldom-seen beings of various races that dwell in volcanoes, misty forests and roaring seas. She will also do a book signing and will be available for questions. Fee: $20 (pay at door) (Workshop participants free)

March 30-31, 2019 Workshop: Co-creating with Nature Spirits to Heal the Earth, is based on Tanis Helliwell’s books, Summer with the Leprechauns: The authorized edition and Pilgrimage with the Leprechauns. This course will share with you the secrets of manifestation according to natural laws and the natural world so that you can be more effective in your work and world.

Apr 2 | Just Singin’ Round

Annual signature fundraising event is happening in just 3 weeks! Come join Cascadia for dinner and an evening of great music!

Tickets are on sale – there are 3 ways to attend;

  • Purchase a ticket – $25
  • Donate a minimum of $100 to Cascadia, Synergy will then host you at a premium table (A tax receipt will be provided for your donation)
  • Donate a minimum of $500 to Cascadia, Synergy will then host you and 9 others (A tax receipt will be provided for your donation)

Contact Leslie Fish at leslie@cascadiasociety.org

Apr 6 | The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily

Apr 25 | The Vancouver Opera

The Vancouver Opera has once again generously offered students of the Vancouver Waldorf School the opportunity to buy dress rehearsal tickets to their 2018/19 season.

  1. Faust (Gounod) Student dress rehearsal: Thursday, April 25th, 2019 at 7 pm at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre
  2. La Cenerentola (Rossini) Student dress rehearsal: Thursday, April 25th, 2019 at 2 pm at the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre

Tickets are $18 each. Place your seasons’ request with Ronaye. Include cash (preferable) or cheque (made out to Andrea Siradze) with your name and telephone number in an envelope. This is offered to the students along with a chaperone. Enjoy!

Vancouver Academy of MusicMay 12 | VAM Community Concert Series

Sunday, May 12, 2:00 pm at Orpheum Theatre, 601 Smithe St

Evoking the radiant verdure of an enchanted garden, VAM Symphony Orchestra brings the 2018/19 season to an exhilarating close with Stravinsky’s vibrant, folk-inspired Suite from The Firebird. In an afternoon of monumental Russian masterworks, internationally renowned pianist and VAM alumnus Jon Kimura Parker – hailed by the New York Times as “an insightful, energetic soloist” – joins conductor Ian Parker and VAMSO for Tchaikovsky’s formidable yet passionately lyrical Piano Concerto No. 1.

Reserve your complimentary tickets here vancouveracademyofmusic.com/vam-community-concert-ticket-program

See Previous Community Events