This Thursday, November 3rd, at 6:30pm Shambhala School is pleased to host filmmaker and Waldorf-inspired educator, Kim Hunter, and her film “Time to Play; a film about early childhood”. Kim’s message is simple “children need to play”.
This 45 minute film honours and discusses the significance of family and home, rhythm and routine, and the value of allowing time and space for deep, meaningful play. The film focuses on her Waldorf-influenced school where children join in chores, grow food, create meals, make beautiful crafts, and spend long hours outside in harmony with the natural world, themselves, and each other.
The screening is open to the public and admission is by donation. This special opportunity to screen Kim’s film has arisen because Kim is in Nova Scotia this week to be the special guest at “Time to Play” A Conference on the Value of Play hosted by Waldorf East at the South Shore Waldorf School .
To see the movie trailer, go to www.timetoplayfilm.com/
Time to Play Details:
When: Thursday, November 3rd, 2016
Where: Shambhala School, 5450 Russell Street, Halifax, NS