In our Monday morning circle, Ruth T. told us about our activities from now until Thursday of Easter Week. She said that we will be learning everything about Gold during that week.

In the afternoon we all went to Summerhill and practiced our Tango steps.

Tuesday morning, everybody worked in his or her workshops. In the afternoon we broke into our groups. One group did painting, another group did clay and the last group did eurythmy.

Wednesday morning, the farm group went to the Waldorf School to help in the garden.The candle workshop went shopping and bought beeswax for making more candles. During lunch time, some coworkers and companions went to check out possible floors for the renovation of Skills Centre 2.


We all had a great time learning about drums and playing them this week in college


In the afternoon we broke into our painting, reading and writing groups.

This week in our Thursday morning college, we sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Brian. After that Sean gave us a history lesson on drums. We learned that our hearts are like drums because they beat every minute of the day. We also learned that the very first drums were called Djembe. They came from West Africa and were used during gatherings. The second set of drums came from Egypt. Then John told us Native drums were made in the West Coast of Canada and they were used for singing and dancing. Sean taught us about the snare drum. They have two membranes. In 1317, the military used them for marching. The last drum that we learned about was the Tom Tom. It came from Asia. After our history lesson, Sean had some people come up to do some drumming. Then Stephen played the drums showing us different styles of music from Heavy Metal to Jazz to Classical.