The Waldorf School of Garden City will host its annual Fall Fair and Alumni Day on Saturday, October 20th, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The event, which is free and open to the public, promises to be a wholesome and fun-filled day for children and families.
Organized by the school’s Parent Association, the Fall Fair boasts a host of unique arts and crafts, exciting games, a magical puppet show as well as healthy food and tasty treats. “The event is an excellent opportunity to start one’s holiday shopping at our marketplace,” said Sue Cheney, Co-Chair of the school’s Parent Association. “The marketplace includes quality vendors selling unusual, fine craft items.”
Attendees are also invited to check out the Camp Glen Brook stand. Owned and operated by the Waldorf School of Garden City and situated in southwestern New Hampshire near Mt. Monadnock, Camp Glen Brook consists of 240 acres of farmland and forests, a working farm with animals, large organic gardens, a lake free of motorboats, and miles of trails from which to explore the surrounding mountains and woodlands. There, students learn through direct contact with the natural world. Camp Glen Brook will be at the Fall Fair showcasing their year-long activities for students and selling their fresh produce and delicious maple syrup.
Alumni and their families are encouraged to check out the following:
Founded in 1947, the Waldorf School of Garden City is an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory day school for students age three through twelfth grade. The school’s philosophy is based on the values of imagination, integrity, hard work, kindness, personal and social responsibility, and mutual respect. They are dedicated to providing a rigorous, liberal arts education that focuses on the development of the whole human being. Emphasis is placed on a multidisciplinary approach to learning through a curriculum that balances the physical, artistic, social and intellectual needs of our students. Their nurturing environment and diverse community enable students to excel as educated and compassionate individuals whose lives are enriched by their lifelong passion for learning.
Photos from the 2011 Fall Fair and Alumni Day:
Click here to download the Fall Fair flyer.
For our Fall Fair and Alumni Day, the Garden City Police Department has graciously extended special “Event Parking” to the Waldorf School of Garden City. Visitors to the School may park along the NORTH and SOUTH SIDES of Cambridge Avenue all the way to Nassau Boulevard. In addition, Adelphi University’s Public Safety and Transportation Department has graciously opened their parking lots to all non-Adelphi community members.
We are very thankful to the Garden City Police Department and Adelphi University for supporting us in this important community activity. As always, please be mindful when parking in front of our neighbors’ homes. Please avoid blocking driveways, walkways and fire hydrants.