A lecture with Adola McWilliam
‘Here lies Kaspar Hauser, riddle of his time. His birth was unknown, his death mysterious.’
Inscription on Kaspar Hauser’s tombstone
Who was Kaspar Hauser, the mysterious young boy who appeared on the streets of Nuremberg, Germany, in the early 19th century — and why was his life of significance to Rudolf Steiner and the anthroposophical community?
Please join us for a talk on this fascinating subject by Adola McWilliam, co-founder of the Ita Wegman Association and Glenora Farm Camphill Community and adjunct faculty member of Sunbridge’s Elementary Teacher Education program.
7:30pm in Upper Brookside
Open to the public; $10 suggested donation
Questions? Contact Ayla Dunn, Admissions and Summer Series Coordinator, 845-425-0055 x 20 / [email protected]