You and your 3, 4 or 5-year-old child are invited to attend a sample early childhood class. Together you will experience songs, rhymes, stories, creative play, and art that are the makings of a typical day. Come and meet the special teachers who bring this gentle, child-centered educational method to life. Call the school to reserve a place.
Take a journey through the grades during morning main lesson time and observe grades 1 through 8 in session and learn more about the magic of Waldorf education. Adults only. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Please call the school to reserve a place.
Come celebrate spring with games, songs, music, a picnic and, of course, the Maypole Dance. This event is open to the school community as well as anyone else who would like to attend.
Michaelmas celebrates inner strength and courage. The festivities include a play telling the story of St. Michael and a small feast after the play. Dragons are a central theme of Michaelmas because St. Michael, who represents courage, is traditionally pictured subduing a dragon. The primary idea behind the festival of Michaelmas is to get children to face their own challenges – their internal and external dragons.
The lovely celebration of Martinmas recognizes St. Martin who gave the protection of his own cloak to the poor man of Amiens. When we make a paper lantern, we, too, may feel that we are giving protection to our own little “flame”, so that we may carry it safely through the dark world. It may only be a small and fragile light- but every light brings relief to the darkness.
A Waldorf tradition the meaning of which is completely internalized by all who participate. This event is open to the school community as well as anyone else who would like to attend.
The school is transformed for a holiday party that includes wares by local crafters, children’s crafts, puppet shows, holiday music and good food. This event is open to the school community as well as anyone else who would like to attend.