Listing Tag: Retreat

Weekend of Living Ideas

Milford, IA

Weekend of Living Ideas

The Weekend of Living Ideas is a soulful opportunity for parents and educators from a variety of backgrounds to retreat together as we explore and experience the living ideas that surround the educational philosophy and methods of Charlotte Mason. Reshelving Alexandria co-founder Ambre Sautter will be inspiring you about living books. Other topics include Russian Fine Arts, Mothers As Students, Scheduling, Spanish Poetry, and more! Nancy Kelly will be presenting a special pre-retreat immersion that applies to all ages and plenary sessions on The Cloud of Witness, Admiration, Hope and Love, and High School, as well as a workshop on Plutarch. And special bonus, Kent will be there with his blacksmithing gear! Students 12 and older are invited to register with their parents and nursing children are welcome.

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

Springfield, MA

Western Massachusetts Mother Culture

We meet once a month in a member's home to discuss an article or topic. Readings are assigned each month. Recent topics have included: Breadth and Balance in Family Life and Education, Learning and Living in Community, and discussion of articles from The Parents' Review.
We also try to arrange a mini retreat once or twice a year with immersion classes and discussion.