“REPRESENTING ANTHROPOSOPHY: TRANSFORMING THE WORLD” is the Society's fall conference. Details of the program, logistics, and online registration are available now online. Held at Threefold Educational Center in Chestnut Ridge, NY, it will integrate the annual meeting of the Anthroposophical Society in North America into the conference which will run all day Friday and Saturday, plus Sunday morning, October 7-9th (the Columbus Day weekend). An evening program for members of the School for Spiritual Science will also be offered Thursday the 6th, with Virginia Sease. Dramatic scenes from Sophocles, Shakespeare, and Steiner, presentations on the theme of the year, and conversation groups will be joined by talks by Frederick Dennehy and Herbert Hagens. Eurythmy Spring Valley will open each day with the Michael Imagination. Torin Finser will reflect on the period of his service, John Bloom and Joan Sleigh of the Goetheanum leadership will look to the future. Virginia Sease will address "Why Anthroposophy Needs America" and the General Council and Leadership Team will share challenges and goals in "Administering Our Society." A lengthy process similar to last year's has been used to form this gathering, and we expect it to be well worth your time, even though it follows a summer of many special events. Read more and register now!