Susquehanna Waldorf School Hosts Fall Festival
Oct 31, 2014 07:01PM
The Susquehanna Waldorf School will host their annual fall festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., November 15. The family-friendly school fundraiser combines food, fun, games, a silent auction, unique shopping opportunities, crafts and more.
This year’s theme, Harvest Home, will be reflected through the creative display of silent auction items arranged to recreate the rooms in a home. Family activities include making votives, playing games, a train display, children’s raffle and visits from the Pocket Lady who gives treasures from her pocket-filled apron. A lunch cafe will feature homemade soups and bread for sale; the coffee and bake shop will sell hot and cold beverages, as well as individual and whole desserts.
The Susquehanna Waldorf School offers elementary students a strong, independent education in the arts and sciences that is rooted in the international movement and philosophy of Waldorf education. It strives to protect childhood while cultivating the academic and artistic abilities modern life demands of all human beings. The school believes that children learn best when they are active, engaged and involved in what they are learning, and it seeks to educate not only the mind, but the body and the human spirit, as well.
Cost: Free admission; tickets must be purchased for games, children’s raffle, Pocket Lady treasures and votive-making. Location: 15 W. Walnut St., Marietta. For more information, call 717-426-4506, email [email protected] or visit SusquehannaWaldorf.org.