Who wants to go skiing with friends? This beautiful Sugarloaf camp is in a prime location to skiing central. You’ll have a stunning view of the mountain from the cozy comfort of the couch. Four bedrooms, sleeps 10, fully equipped with modern conveniences. This is the view you are treated to every morning as you sip your coffee.
Check out these other athletic or sports related items!
Four anytime lift tickets to the Snow Bowl
Four tickets for tubing at the Snow Bowl
Bike tune up from Sidecountry Sports
Send the Bidding Owl link to all of your friends and family. You never know what they’ll find they MUST have!
Pizza. Pie. Pizza. Pie.
Bid on Uproot Pie Company’s Pizza CSA.
A (pizza) pie a week from the Uproot Pie Company, available during the 2014 Farmers Market season. Good at all the markets (Union, Camden, and Rockland), and events (Dandelion Spring Farm, Oyster River Winegrowers) that UPC participates in. Check out Uproot’s website and visit a new market or event each week. Bring friends and support the makers of some of the best pizza in the area, all baked in their unique mobile wood-fired pizza oven.
Generously donated by Uproot Pie Company.
Other local and delicious food:
Sushi Platter – donated by former parent Meikle Hall
Handmade Cake – donated by Birdy’s Bakery
Locally Roasted Coffee (2 pounds) – donated by Coffee on the Porch
To buy your tickets for the GLOW Event go to the Ashwood office, HAVII, Good Tern, Rising Tide or Belfast Co-Op.
Bid on a Hatchet Cove big bag CSA share.
Enjoy four weeks of a generous load of locally grown veggies from Hatchet Cove Farm, a MOFGA-certified organic family-run farm in Warren. Your choice of weeks July through October. Make arrangements via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generously donated by Hatchet Cove Farm.
Other CSA, farm and produce items:
Born to Swarm Farm and Apiary CSA Share – donated by Betsy and Isadora Morrell and Christopher Osgood
Gift Certificate to Fresh Off the Farm – donated by Fresh Off the Farm
Gift Certificate to Ararat Farms – donated by Ararat Farms
Heiwa Tofu! – donated by Heiwa Tofu Direct!
Don’t forget to buy your tickets for our GLOW Event, March 15th.
It’s the moment we know you’ve all been waiting for… The GLOW online auction is live! Shopping and bidding begins today! Send this link to all of your friends and family – they’ll love the items too.
There are over 220 items from which to choose. They range from $10 to $3,500 in value. Some are local; some are not. Some are things you buy every day; some are special, one-of-a-kind experiences. In other words there’s something for everyone!
Let your friends and family know.
Also, a huge thank you to our sponsors for this event.
Families: John and Tania Chandler, Susan and Wayne Merritt/Eichenlaub, Lisa Newcomb/Buck O’Herin, John and Susan Silverio, William and Jane Sizeler, Lorraine and Josef Soloway/Snider, Cristilita Jimenez-Ray/David Ray
Every year Ashwood Waldorf School students create jack-o-lanterns for our All Hallows’ Eve Walk. Click one of the images for a slideshow.
Join us for a Parent Ambassadors Workshop on Monday, November 4. With veteran Waldorf educator and school consultant Kathleen Young, we will explore the hallmarks of an Ashwood Waldorf School education. This workshop will be tailored to the interests of participants, and may address such questions as:
- How do I explain Waldorf education to my family and acquaintances?
- What can I say to people who seem misinformed about the values, accomplishments, and mission of Ashwood Waldorf School?
- What resources are available for busy parents to learn more about Waldorf education?
Designed for current Ashwood parents and grandparents who want to improve their ability to articulate their school choice to others, this workshop is also open to any community member interested in learning more about the value of a Waldorf education in Midcoast Maine.
When: Monday, November 4, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Where: Ashwood Waldorf School, Grade School building, garden level
Register at email@example.com or call 207-236-8021 for more information.
“Shrek, the Musical,” based on the Oscar-winning film, is this year’s Camden Hills Regional High School fall musical. Several Ashwood Waldorf School alumni are cast in this show, so don’t miss the chance to cheer on our talented students!
Duncan Hall ’10, plays Lord Farquaad, while Fiona Hall ’13 turns in a performance as one of the Three Pigs, along with her cohort Chloe Isis ’13. Jamie Oshima ’12 plays a Singing Knight, while Jonas Eichenlaub ’13 rounds out the ensemble.
“Shrek, the Musical” will run Fridays and Saturdays, November 8, 9, 15, and 16 at 7:00 p.m.; and Sunday, November 10, at 2 p.m. in the Strom Auditorium, Rockport. Advance ticket sales are $12 reserved and $10 general admission; $6 for students and senior citizens. There will be a special Family Show on Wednesday, November 13, at 6:00 p.m. with the reduced ticket price of $5, all general admission. For more information: 207-236-7800, ext. 282 or stromtickets.com. Link
“Using the extraordinary power of less to raise calmer, happier & more secure kids. Learn how to simplify toys, books and clothes, meals and bedtimes, schedules, and filter out the adult world.”
Kim John Payne is an Australian who has, for 27 years, worked throughout the world as a counselor, consultant/researcher and educator of both children and adults. He has been helping children, adolescents and families explore issues such as social difficulties with siblings and classmates, attention and behavioral issues at home and school, and a range of emotional issues such as defiance, aggression, addiction and self-esteem. He regularly gives keynote addresses at international conferences for educators, parents and therapists and runs workshops and trainings around the world. He is on the faculty at Antioch University New England. His book Simplicity Parenting (Random House) has received international media attention and has been featured in Time Magazine, Parenting Magazine, NPR & BBC, ABC, NBC, & CBS television.
- Lecture: November 1, 7-9 p.m.; $15
- Workshop: November 2, 9 a.m. -1 p.m.; $45
- Combined Lecture & Workshop: $50
- Location: Seacoast Waldorf School
- 403 Harold L Dow Hwy (RT 236), Eliot, ME 03903
- FMI: 207-439-7911 or website
Waldorf educator Jack Petrash will be at Merriconeag Waldorf School in Freeport, Maine for two events:
Dynamic Schooling to Meet the Future:
A Public Talk by Jack Petrash
- Friday October 18, 7:00 p.m.
- 57 Desert Road, Freeport
- Suggested donation: $10 at the door
To meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world our children will need to be resilient, imaginative, determined, disciplined, kind and clear thinking. Jack Petrash will explore how we can develop these essential qualities and instill in each child a reservoir of strength, the capacity for creative thinking, and a healthy sense of self.
The Art of Raising Strong, Resilient Children
A Workshop with Jack Petrash
Parenting is not an easy assignment in our complex, modern world. We are often good at holding our children close OR at letting them go. The challenge is to hold both of those polarities simultaneously and doing so is an art that we will explore in our time together.