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At Table


At Table


Calgary, Alberta, Canada

November 3, 4 2017

Please note:  This weekend builds on Charlotte Mason’s philosophy and principles as laid out in the two previous retreats, "Clockwise" and "Hearthside." If you are new to Charlotte Mason and/or homeschooling and have not attended an earlier weekend retreat please contact us at before registering to find out if this event will be a suitable fit for your needs.” 

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The third of prov.en.der’s weekends finds participants “at table” with Charlotte Mason’s curricular feast deeply exploring the idea of relationship in education. Again we become the student in order to discover anew the delicacies Mason’s paradigm holds for each willing guest, this time with lessons arranged with an upper form student in mind. We relish the profundity and variety of Mason’s carefully chosen syllabus with morning lessons in Bible, Citizenship, Literature, History, and Languages. In the afternoon, field studies, Music, and Handcraft absorb us until the refreshment of teatime allows a hearty pause to think it all through as we enjoy each other and our time together.

Morning finds us studying Mason’s writings with all the seriousness of a student of Talmud. We are extracting the marrow of living in right relationship, choosing nourishing curriculum, keeping a Commonplace, and being formed by Big Ideas. "The Way of the Will" and "The Way of Reason" are delectable accompaniments as we consider our teaching postures, and taste the fruits of the habit of attention. We close our time together with a special celebration, looking forward to “the Large Room."