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The ASNYC Spring Fair...

Is coming March 23, 10am to 5pm

Full details here...

March 2019

15-16 Fri 6:30pm, Sat 9:30am
First Class meetings for School members

School of Spiritual Science

Next: April 12-13; May 17-18; June 14-15

16 Saturday, 7pm, $20 suggested fee
First of four-lecture series

An Anthroposophical Journey through Wagner’s Mythical Ring

Vincent Ropollo

Once again Wagner’s Ring Cycle is being presented here in NYC at the Metropolitan Opera House. We will explore the mythical journey of these four operas in four separate sessions (Mar 16, Apr 11, May 24, Jun 22). Starting with Das Rheingold we will journey through the stories together and explore the relationships to Anthroposophy.

Vincent Philip Roppolo: came to Anthroposophy through the Michael Chekhov acting work, 30 years ago. He has worked in theater and also in the corporate world, in Human Development, for many years. He recently received certification in anthroposophic psychology from AAP (Association for Anthroposophic Psychology) and serves on its board.

18 Monday, 7pm, $20 suggested fee
Pisces eurythmy circle

Prepare for Spring

Marta Stemberger

“We demand a lot from life, but we live past one another.” ~ Rudolf Steiner

Let’s engage in mindful connection with others through the wisdom of the human heart. Tune into the destiny of your Soul with harmonious movement art of eurythmy: a spiritual practice, a healing art, and a creative expression. Learn a powerful harmonious movement meditation to cleanse your chakras, and a simple, yet potent exercise that you can practice yourself at home. — Open to all who can walk. No prior movement experience is needed. Next spring Zodiac circles: Apr 22, May 20, Jun 17.

Marta Stemberger, MA,: is a eurythmist, harmonious movement teacher, mindful translator, spiritual researcher. Marta has taught movement, performed, and lectured in Europe and the US since 1989. To read more about Marta and eurythmy, visit

21,22,24 Donations welcome
Thu 7pm, Fri 7pm, Sun 5:30pm

Astronomical Holy Week

Festival Group

By tradition Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox; in 2019 would fall on March 24th. The dating of Easter 2019 is controversial since the Western and Eastern Churches use a calendar-based system that dates Easter as April 21st and 28th, respectively. The Festival Group invites all to experience this special, once-in-a-lifetime occurrence by coming together for events during both the “esoteric” Holy Week of Mar 17-24 and exoteric Holy Week of April 14-21.

23 Saturday, 10am-5pm
Community event

ASNYC Spring Fair

Full details here...
Come to socialize and browse anthroposophically inspired products and initiatives by a range of carefully selected producers and artisans: art, fiber crafts, handmade wood items, crystals, candles, herbal preparations, food, and more. Free Columbia will provide an Art Dispersal as an experience of the Free Cultural Realm. The proceeds from this fair will support the activities of Anthroposophy NYC, a small branch of Anthroposophical Society in America in the heart of the Big Apple. We are aiming to become a more vibrant community, reaching out into this cosmopolitan city with messages arising out of Rudolf Steiner’s work.

23 Saturday, 7pm, $20 suggested fee

Classical Guitar Concert

EAST Guitar Quartet

An evening with four seasoned performers who enchant and entertain with a variety of pieces and styles. Elizabeth J. Coleman, a guitarist, poet, attorney, environmental advocate, and mindfulness teacher, loves the guitar, and is delighted to be playing with the newly formed East Quartet. Aryeh Eller, a concert guitarist, studied guitar in Israel, at Brooklyn College and Manhattan School of Music. He received the Andreas Segovia Award for “Furthering the Spirit of the Guitar.” Serguei Krissiouk, a classical guitarist, studied guitar in Kiev, Ukraine, music theory and composition in England and Germany. His repertoire includes Renaissance, Baroque, Bossa-Nova, Flamenco guitar, and his original guitar compositions. Travis Mock played guitar and trumpet at various church and school ensembles and musicals; he studied Flamenco guitar. Travis chairs the Chamber Music Committee of the NY Bar Association.

30 Saturday, 7pm, $20 suggested fee
Cosmic Purpose of Human Creativity

Who Do We Owe?

Abraham Entin

A free-wheeling look at how debt shapes our lives and how to find a way towards freedom. “St. Peter don’t you call me / ‘Cause I can’t go / I owe my soul / To the Company Store!” Utilizing original songs, stories and events from contemporary life, we will discover a new perspective on how debt operates and how we can change our relationship to this fundamental fact of life. Please join us for this unique and uplifting perspective on an issue that affects us all.

Abraham Entin: at seventy-three, is still out rousing the rabble. He is a singer, songwriter, and storyteller, and dances at every opportunity. He is a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner’s social ideas and is particularly interested in how spiritual perspectives influence and help bring about positive social change. His memoir Living on the Fringe has just been published by SteinerBooks; his website is www.leversofpower.org


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