Summer Meeting 2018

June 23-25

Filigreen Farm

11600 Anderson Valley Way

Boonville, CA 95415

Our Hosts are: Chris & Stephanie Tebbutt

Schedule TBD

Saturday 23rd

9-9:30am Welcome and Announcements

9:30-10:30am Farm Tour with Chris Tebbutt

10:30am-12:30pm Yarrow Observation and Prep Making with Joseph Brinkley

12:30-1:30pm Potluck Lunch (bring something to share and your own plates and utensils)

2-3:30pm Swim

3:45-5:15pm Water Talk and Vortex Spinner Demo by Chris Tebbutt

6:00-7:30pm Catered Dinner, $20 - Please reserve by June 20

7:30-9pm Jam Session and Dancing - Bring an instrument!

Sunday 24th

8:45-9:45am Catered Breakfast, $10 - Please reserve by June 20

9:45-11:00am Anthroposophical Salon by Delmar McComb

11:00am-12pm Member Check-in

 

Cost
Members and apprentices are invited to attend at no cost. Non-members pay $15 at the door. Meals are additional. You can join or renew at the meeting for $35. Alternatively, register and pay online for membership.

Meals:
Lunch on Saturday is a potluck so bring something to share and your own plates and utensils.

Catered: Saturday dinner is $20 and Sunday breakfast is $10 for adults. Apprentices receive a $5 discount off of dinner and a $2 discount off of breakfast courtesy of Filigreen Farm.  Reserve meals with bdancinfo@gmail.com

Deadline to reserve meals is June 20th!

Accommodation:

Please note that the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival is taking place this same weekend in Boonville and will impact lodging and may impact traffic.

Limited complimentary camping is available at Filigreen Farm and The Apple Farm. There is also limited camping available at Emerald Earth for $10/night. Please reserve early by contacting bdancinfo@gmail.com to reserve camping at any of these locations.

Other options include Hendy Woods State Park (https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=438), local hotels, and check air bnb.

Please note Filigreen Farm has a large pond. We will swim together on Saturday afternoon. Children should not enter the water unattended.


 

Summer Meeting 2017

June 24-25

Frey Vineyards

14000 Tomki Rd

Redwood Valley, CA 95470

Our Hosts are Luke and Emily Frey

 

Preliminary Meeting Agenda

  St. John's Day Fire a Midummer Tradition

St. John's Day Fire a Midummer Tradition

Saturday
8:30 -9:30 Eurythmy - Cynthia Hoven
9:45-10:15 Opening circle
10:30-11:15 Yarrow study - Harald Hoven and Luke Frey
11:30-12:30 Making Yarrow Prep - Harald Hoven
12:30-2:00 Lunch - Potluck please bring a dish to share (plates, utensils and cups as well)
2:15-3:30 Farm tour - Luke Frey
3:45-5:15 Biodynamic Cannabis Growing Panel
5:30-7:00 Dinner - catered, order meals by June 20th
7:15 Talent show

Sunday
8:00 Breakfast - catered
9:30 -10:30 Steering Committee retreat report
10:45 -12:00 Anthroposophic Salon - Cynthia Hoven
Closing circle and departure

Cost
Members and apprentices are invited to attend at no cost. Non-members pay $15 at the door. Meals are additional. You can join or renew at the meeting for $35. Alternatively, register and pay online for membership.

Meals
Lunch on Saturday is a potluck so bring something to share and your own plates and utensils.

Catered: Saturday dinner $15 and Sunday breakfast $8. Apprentice discount available at $3 per meal. Meals are
paid for at the door. Meals are all made on the farm from the farm and local ingredients.
Reserve meals with lukemfrey@gmail.com
Deadline to reserve meals is June 20th!

Accommodations
Contact lukemfrey@gmail.com for accommodations. There is camping on the farm or hotel accomodation in Ukiah. Please NO DOGS. Camping in camping area only.

 

Summer Meeting


Saturday and Sunday June 25 and 26, 2016.

Open Field farm | Petaluma

http://www.openfieldfarm.com/

2245 Spring Hill Road Petaluma, CA 94952 

707-775-4644

Our Hosts were Seth and Sarah James

At Summer Solstice, it is as though the Earth has completed a full out breath, and in essence is reaching highest upward as possible into its celestial environment. The soul of the human being is as though borne up and out with this Earth exhalation, carrying within itself the fruits of Earth experience that have been gathered since the time of deepest inhalation, at Winter Solstice.
— Mary Stewart Adams, “Speaking with the Stars”, 2014