Listing Tag: Mother Culture

Charlotte Mason Soiree

Our focus in Soirée is twofold:
*Being diligent students of the Charlotte Mason philosophy
*Learning how to implement Charlotte Mason’s methods in our modern times

Olympia, WA

Washington State Charlotte Mason Group

This is a group for all Charlotte Mason homeschooling parents and students who are in Washington State. This group is centered in the greater Olympia area. All welcome, from brand new to Charlotte Mason ideology to long time learners. This is a place where we can make connections, schedule group activities, and gain insight and resources from each other. Low maintenance and friendly environment!

Phoenix, AZ

An Evening of Mother Culture

September 1, 2021 :: You're invited to join us for an evening of Mother Culture at the Phoenix Art Museum. The museum is free on Wednesdays for guests who enter between 3-7pm. Come and go as you'd like. Please look for our group on the second floor north wing, where we will take in the European and American collections. This would be a lovely opportunity to do picture study with other moms.

Living Education Lessons

You are warmly invited to participate in my offering, Living Education Lessons, a group mentoring experience. This little community is something unique for women who wish to homeschool using the Charlotte Mason method and live a full life. I believe these things can go hand-in-hand, but sometimes we need thoughtful and unhurried guidance from someone who has gone before – a mentor. I will share about my decades of experience from homeschooling with Charlotte Mason methods, creating an atmosphere of beauty and respect in my home, and nurturing relationships with God, my family, and friends. As a small community, each Season you will find kindred spirits to encourage you, walk beside you, and help keep you moving forward. Hundreds of women over the past few years have participated in these living classes.

Windom, MN

Truth, Beauty, Goodness Community

The Truth, Beauty, Goodness Community (TBG) is our long-standing (over 14 years!), beauty-filled offering of a homeschool community built on one particular philosophy of education – that of Charlotte Mason. At different times, we have had all ages in our co-op, only elementary age students, and only high school students. We love to share and encourage others who wish to start learning cooperatives where many hands (teachers) make light work and allow moms to implement the fullness of a Charlotte Mason education.

Visit our webpage for more information and resources that we love to share! Presently, we have a Form 3-6 group (TBG Teens) and a Forms 1-3 group (Spreading the Feast).

Windom, MN

Evening of Encouragement (Parents’ Midwest Education Union)

A discussion group for educators to encourage and support each other in our journey to teach. Our readings are from the writings of Charlotte Mason.

PMEU stands for Parents Midwest Education Union and is a name we use to describe this group. It's a play on Charlotte Mason's PNEU - Parents' National Education Union, a resource arm for her schools.

Please email Karla Taber (taber.karla@gmail.com) or Sally Almodovar (sally.almodovar@gmail.com) for more info.

Our group has veteran Charlotte Mason homeschoolers as well as those new to the method - all are welcome! We meet in different homes each month and we take a break over the summer months.

Paynesville, MN

Living Education Retreat

The Living Education Retreat (LER) is an annual weekend event that focuses on the philosophy of Charlotte Mason. People from all over the world gather to consider a living education through deep discussions, shared meals, outdoor activities, beautiful worship, and inspiring presentations. This is truly a retreat. We want it to refresh and revive your heart, soul, and mind so we practice the Charlotte Mason philosophy in how we form the retreat by scheduling time for pondering, processing, and playing. It will be July 7-9th, 2022 at Lake Koronis, MN. We are in our 16th year! Find out more here - https://sageparnassus.com/living-education-retreat/ or join our Facebook page here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/105274907231

Selinsgrove, PA

Charlotte Mason Reading Group (Susquehanna Valley Homeschoolers)

We are a group of parents who meet monthly at Panera in Selinsgrove, PA to read and discuss Charlotte Mason's volumes. New members are always welcome.

Searcy, AR

Cross Creek Cottage

We are a CM community located in Searcy, AR. We are a 501c3 and have volunteer and independent contract teachers teaching CM subjects. Classes and schedule vary with each term. We meet about 16-20 weeks per year once, twice, or three times per week. We host 2 nature hikes per month in Fall and Spring. Our signature classes that we have most every term are: Shakespeare, Ballet, Folk Dancing, and Liaterature. Our aim is to create the best possible atmosphere for kids to learn and for “Cottage” day to be every kid’s favorite day of the week. We also regularly hold CM Volume study groups for parents as well as the Natural State Charlotte Mason Retreat.

Bartlett, TN

Spread the Feast: Memphis Charlotte Mason Community

“We spread an abundant and delicate feast in the programmes and each small guest assimilates what he can” (Charlotte Mason, Vol. 6, p. 183).

Spread the Feast Community is a community for home educators and families in Shelby County and the surrounding areas interested in learning about the Charlotte Mason method and philosophy of education. Our primary goal is to be a place of encouragement for parents on their homeschooling journey, and to grow in community with one another.

We also provide learning opportunities for the children so they too can grow in community and friendship with one another. Spread the Feast is open to all that are interested in learning more about the Charlotte Mason method and philosophy of education. We welcome CM veterans, those transitioning to CM, those that are just beginning to learn about CM, those that are simply curious about CM, and everyone in between.

We host 2 book discussions a month- a daytime one for adults and kids of all ages and an evening one for parents and "babes in arms." We also have mother culture and family events, clubs (scouting, nature), nature outings, "early years" meet-ups, and more!

This year we are reading In Vital Harmony by Karen Glass.