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Theme of the Year
"The I knows itself in the Light of Michaelic World Affirmation"

The theme for the year 2014-2015 is available online. Constanza Kaliks has written the descriptive article for the Goetheanum Leadership.

"The arc from Society to individual is continued with this theme. Like the Society, the individual confronts the same challenges as other contemporaries and must also find a connection to the world—as a basis for self-knowledge."Continue reading...

Using the Library...

If you wish to borrow books from the library or wish to become part of the Library Committee or simply would like to help as a volunteer, please contact Albert Spekman, or simply come during bookstore hours and ask the person on duty. The use of the library is free to current members. The library places over 2,000 books at your disposal. They are arranged into two sections: books by Rudolf Steiner arranged by title, and books by other authors arranged by author. We are proud to offer you a great selection of titles on varied themes: Esoteric Studies, Meditation, Inner Development, Reincarnation and Karma, Life after Death, Social Renewal, the Gospels, Nature and Biodynamics, and the Arts. We invite you to make use of this valuable resource. Procedures for borrowing books are stated on the linked page.
Albert Spekman,
Sylvia Mandel


Lisa Romero has been attracting considerable interest in the northeast USA, and will be back with us again Easter week. There is a Wednesday talk and a workshop over Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday afternoon (details), in which her program on "Inner & Outer Work" of self-development takes on the additional depth of this profound festival time. Please let us know if you're interested in attending.

Books: several great volunteers have kept the Rudolf Steiner Bookstore open seven days a week since last fall, but with Lani and William both having to move on, the bookstore is looking for volunteers and shifting to new "temporary" hours with Mondays closed (see the Bookstore page). The books are as wonderful as always.

Open House

Thanks to everyone for a memorable event with friends old and new!

Puppetry: April 11-12 Nathaniel Williams and Emma Wade are bringing a puppetry workshop to NYC. Engage this marvelous art and the story of the Peacemaker at the same time. Details on the programs page.

Current Art Exhibit



Volunteer for Anthroposophy NYC!

We are always looking for volunteers to help support our work. We are currently looking in the areas of fundraising, calendar coordination, and the bookstore. Could you help?
Click here to let us know. Include your name, how to contact you, your expertise and interests, and your availability. Thank you!


Click here for the APRIL 2015 newsletter

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Lisa Romero Easter Weekend flyer

Wed Apr 01
7pm - reg fees
Evening Talk

Relationships In Our Times

Lisa Romero

Apr 03-05
Friday 7pm,
Sat 10a–5p,
Sunday 2–4:30pm

Inner & Outer Biography & The Easter Mysteries

Lisa Romero

Fri Apr 10
7pm — donations

Members' Evening

Apr 11-12
Sat 3:00–6:30pm
Sun 10am–6:30pm

Puppetry Theater Workshop

Nathaniel Williams & Emma Wade
[Poster here]

Mon Apr 13
Eurythmy Workshop

"O Our Mother Earth,
O Our Father Sky"

Linda Larson

Wed Apr 15
Monthly Lecture

The Relationship of Anthroposophy & Yoga

David Taulbee Anderson

Sat Apr 18
2:00pm - donations
Art Exhibit Opening

The Growing Imagination: From the Contents of Spiritual Science

Fri Apr 24
7pm - regular fees
Evening Lecture

Selfless Dollars, Selfless Deeds

Christopher Schaefer

Future Programs

Wed, May 13, 7pm regular fees
Evening Lecture – T.H. Meyer

Sat, May 16, 2pm donations
Pentecost Talk – Walter Alexander

Sat, June 6, 12noon (NYB members only)
NY Branch Annual Members' Meeting (with lunch)

Sun, June 21, 4pm donations
St. John's Festival & Potluck

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