Saturday December 8th
Our annual winter festival takes place in December with doors opening at 11am for holiday crafts, seasonal treats, shopping, and entertainment. The festival’s highlight was a variety of activities for children and their parents, puppet shows, stories, live music, an introduction to Kindergarten, and vendors offering a wide variety of unique quality gifts including handmade toys and dolls. Details of our Faire are below and will give you an idea of what you can expect.
** Please check back as times may change.
Activities: Tickets for each activity will be on sale on the day of the event
Create Your Own Beeswax Candle
We invite you to dip your own candle using local, 100% beeswax. These make a lovely handmade addition to your holiday table or to give as gifts.
Sleeping Bear & Enchanted Forest: KG-Second Grade Children
Children will enter a dense, magical forest and come to the bear’s cave, where a sleeping bear, tasked with guarding the treasure, has fallen asleep. The children must try to sneak up and take a treasure from the treasure box. The bear will grumble, groan and toss about… and sometimes – if it’s an older child – awake and chase the child away. (For Kindergarten through Second Grade only.)
Story Room & Puppet Shows
This year, our story room is much bigger to accommodate more children at once – less waiting! Our story and puppet schedule will include 3 stories and 3 puppet shows.
11:30am & 12:45pm – Introduction to Waldorf Kindergarten – Come to a talk by our Sunflower and Dandelion Kindergarten Teachers. Childcare provided in the room!
Three Stone Hearth & Acme Bread
Sit and enjoy nourishing soup, fresh bread, warm beverages, and sweets at our outdoor cafe.
Vendors and Sitting Area
Start your holiday shopping at our Enchanted Winter Faire. Our vendors may include:
Bee Happy Candles – Beeswax candles
Puppenstubbe – Toys, Handmade Dolls, Knits and more
Truth’s Dolls – Handmade Waldorf Dolls
Colors of the Soul Art – Waldorf art
Bee Happy Candles
Sit and enjoy various performances from our parents, our children, and our community.