Saturday’s Fall Fair is a wonderful family friendly event as well as an Open House. It’s a great way to showcase our school and community, while we raise critical funds. See below to know what the day will hold so your family can thoroughly enjoy it!
To make the fair successful, we ask each family to do two things: Volunteer, and donate (a gently used outerwear item or item for The Falling Leaves Café) or bake.
Volunteer: We need every parent (or family) to volunteer for one shift at the Fair. Please sign up today: Click here for more information and to sign-up.
Bake for the Falling Leaves Café! Calling out for sweats such as muffins, scones, cookies, bread, or savories like quiche or fruit. Please bring your sweet or savory items on a platter, cut and ready to serve! Drop off your plattters (with your name on the bottom) in the M & M room either Friday afternoon, Nov. 4th, or before the fair begins at 10AM Saturday. Please contact Justyna Benton if you have any questions: [email protected]
How do I pay for things at the Fair?
- The puppet shows have limited seating – buy a special colored ticket ($2) for the two Saturday showings of the puppet show (10:45 & 11:45). Note: The Puppet Shows will be in the 5th Grade classroom.
- Purchase a reasonably-priced $10 Fall Fair Bracelet that will cover all children’s crafts, and unlimited games. The blue bracelets with Maine Coast Waldorf School imprinted on them will be available Friday night and Saturday.
PLEASE buy your children the all-inclusive $10 bracelet so they can have fun all day long. Your purchase demonstrates your appreciation to the creators of the Games and Crafts and makes it easier for the volunteers.
- Bring cash or checkbooks– for food (German sausage, high school chili, French crepes and the Café)
- Have some small change (.25 and $1’s) for young children’s purchases at Pocket Person
and Squirrel’s Attic.
- You can use credit cards at the School Store, at the Crafters Market, and to purchase
Fun for kids and families at the Fair:
• Younger & Older children’s crafts, outdoor games, candle dipping
• Look for Little Gnomeville for younger children in the upper woods by the Teepee.
• Handcrafts hands-on activities
• Puppet shows in the Grades 5-8 Bldg. at 2 times: 11:00 & 12:00.
• Find great deals on gently used outerwear for children ages 2- 18.
• Parent Crafters with handmade items for sale
• Listen to musicians who will be playing all morning – bring your instrument and join in.
• For young children – Buy trinkets and gems at the Squirrel’s Attic or get them from the Pocket Person.
• Buy Wreaths, Beeswax candles, and Advent Calendars, to support 7th and 8th grade fundraising.
What food can I buy at the Fair on Saturday
• German Currywurst (sausage) and potato salad
• Sweets, savories, coffee and cider at the Café, including gluten free options
• French Crepes
• Chili & Kindergarten Soup at Rudolf’s Diner
Overall fair contact: Mary Martin, [email protected]