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Annual Holiday Faire 2013


Holiday Faire 2013

For those of you with children, grandchildren, or who just enjoy a good fall festival!

 Holiday Faire
Emerson Waldorf School
Saturday, Nov. 23, 10 am – 3 pm

Celebrate fall by dipping a candle, making a jump rope, or enjoying a puppet show or horse-drawn wagon ride. Music, crafts, food, and fun for children of all ages.  Holiday Faire is a beautiful and unique family festival, with an emphasis on homemade/traditional activities and crafts.

Facebook pictures from last year's Faire


Faire Parking Information

Let your Faire adventure begin with shuttle service via Emerson Waldorf School bus, which begins running at 10am and runs every 10 minutes.  Park at the FREE Park-and-Ride Lot located on Eubanks Road, 1/2 mile from MLK Blvd.  Shuttle service via Emerson Waldorf School bus ends at 3:00pm for visitors. EWS Faire volunteers can begin catching the shuttle at 9am and the last shuttle will end at 4:30pm for volunteers. 


Eubanks Park-Ride



Start the Faire Experience...

EWS Swag Bag photoArrive via shuttle bus at the Emerson Waldorf campus Faire entrance at the Lower School to purchase Faire tickets.  Faire activities and food cost tickets. 

Ticket Sales
1 Ticket = $1.00
Tickets may be purchased at the Lower School entrance and at the High School courtyard by cash, check, or credit card. Emerson Waldorf parents are encouraged to purchase tickets with their TADS account in quantities of 10.

You will be given a FREE EWS bag (shown right). In it, you will receive a map of the Holiday Faire activities, a school brochure, and an invitation to our Waldorf Education Day event in January.  This great bag will hold your crafts and treasures!


Plan Your Day at the Faire!


Schedule of Events

All music performances are located in the
High School Brown Wing.

9:00am      Volunteer shuttle bus service to EWS begins
10:00          Public shuttle service to EWS begins
10:30          Cake Walk - 4 Square Court
11:00          Food at Harvest Cafe, Master Grill opens
                    Benjamin Trueblood performs
                    Puppet Show "Mother Holle" starts - HS Lab Rm
                    Cake Walk - 4 Square Court
11:15          EWS Faculty Band performs
12:00pm   EWS HS Students perform
                    Cake Walk - 4 Square Court
12:45          EWS Jazz Band
1:00            Puppet Show "Mother Holle" starts - HS Lab Rm
                    Cake Walk - 4 Square Court
1:30            Bob Bowers on the Banjo performs
2:00            Cake Walk - 4 Square Court
2:15            Bucket Brothers & Friends perform
2:30            Puppet Show "Mother Holle" starts - HS Lab Rm
3:00            Faire ends
4:30            Volunteer shuttle bus service ends


Faire Map of Activities & Events


Click Here to View the Holiday Faire Campus Map

A copy of the Holiday Faire Campus Map will be available to you in your FREE Bag!

Holiday Faire Campus Map 2013


Fun Things To Do!

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Use our age-guide to plan your day at the Faire!! See below...

RECOMMENDED FOR  ALL AGES

Waldorf Education Room: Come and learn more about Waldorf Education - see student work and Main Lesson books and talk with our staff and faculty. Located in the 3rd grade classroom. Free!

Enchantment Shoppe (Handmade Gifts) The Cottage has been transformed into a Woodland Wonderland and features beautiful, one-of-a-kind treasures and toys, all handmade by EWS parents. Items priced from 3+ tickets. For a sneak peek, visit our
Pinterest Page

Cake Walk
(Walk, skip, or prance around the numbered spaces and try your luck to win a fantastic cake!) Located in the 4-square court of the Lower School playground or in the 3rd grade classroom if there is rain. Game is held at 10:30am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm.  1 Ticket to play.  Open to all ages.

Horse-drawn Wagon Ride (A jaunty ride through the campus with awesome and majestic white draft horses on a holiday decorated wagon.)  Located in front of the Enchantment Shoppe. 3 Tickets to ride! All ages welcome!

RECOMMENDED FOR
TODDLERS & PRESCHOOLERS


See above  Recommended for All Ages too!

Fish Pond (Magical "pond" for little ones to use their fishing pole to win a small magical trinket located in the 1st Grade classroom.)
1 Ticket to fish.

Puppet Show (Delightful to see and soothing to the soul.)  Located in the High School lab room.  3 Tickets per show.  Recommended for 3 and older.

Gnome Hats (Make your own hat!  Located at the Gazebo next to the Enchantment Shoppe. 3 Tickets per hat. Perfect for preschoolers! 

Young Child Resting/Nursing Space
Located at the Gazebo, make a gnome hat and rest from the buzz of the Faire with your little ones.  Feel free to nurse or take care of other basic needs of your little ones in this space.

RECOMMENDED FOR
ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILDREN


Candlemaking (Learn to dip a beeswax candle while listening to beautiful music in a delightful space.)  Located in the 2nd grade classroom.  5 Tickets per candle.  Younger children will require adult supervision.

Jump Rope Making
(Yes! pick your yarn colors and make your own jump rope.)  Located in the 4th grade classroom. 6 Tickets per jump rope. 

Paper Stars (Gorgeous wax paper stars for your winter decorations.) Located in the 5th grade classroom. 2 Tickets per star.  May need adult assistance.

Wooden Candle Holder (Smoothly sand a gorgeous handmade cedar candle holder.)  Located in the 5th grade classroom.  2 Tickets per holder. 

Silk Dyeing (Beautiful silk scarves are dyed in as many or few colors of the rainbow as you would like!)  Located in the 6th grade classroom.  6 Tickets per scarf.

Archery (Let our archers teach and instruct your child in the art of archery!)  Located in the Lower School Basketball Court. 2 Tickets to play. 

Carnival Games (Come play with us!) Located in the High School Basketball Court.  The games vary in price 1-3 Tickets.


Faire Food!


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Harvest Cafe

Our Harvest Cafe is located in the High School Brown Wing.  Live music and great food will keep everyone fully satisfied.

Variety of soups and crackers (veggie options) - 5 Tickets
Pizza (gluten free option too) - 3 Tickets per slice
Desserts (gluten free options too) - Ticket prices vary
Peppy Lemons - 2 Tickets
Popcorn - 1 Ticket
Coffee - 2 Tickets
Tea - 1 Ticket
Organic Juice Box - 1 Ticket
Natural sodas - 2 Tickets


Master Griller - Ian's Sausages

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Ian Ostrowski makes a mean sausage every year at the Faire.  Located outside of the Brown Wing.  Get a sausage on a bun with grilled onions and peppers for 5 Tickets.


Shell Garden Pond for Coffee & Snacks

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Down at the Lower School between the crafting activities, enjoy the calm of our lovely pond and grab a snack!

Peppy Lemons - 2 Tickets
Popcorn - 1 Ticket
Coffee - 2 Tickets


Order Your Holiday Tree at the Faire!

TreeOrder your Christmas tree, or wreath while at the Faire!

Stop by the tree table (near the lower school ticket table and bus stop) and place your order for a beautiful 7-foot tall North Carolina Frasier Fir ($55), or 24” wreath with bow ($20). All proceeds go to EWS, thanks to the generosity of Jens Hoeg. The trees and wreaths will be ready for pick up on or after Friday, Dec. 6th at the Gazebo.   If you’d like to reserve your tree, visit this link:

Reserve My Tree




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Interested in Emerson Waldorf?

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2013-2014
We have a few spots left in our 1st, 2nd, 6th, 9th, and 10th grade classes for 2013-2014!  Contact us today to set up a personal tour.  Start Emerson in January 2014 if your child is at or above grade level and seeks the best liberal arts education in the Triangle!

2014-2015 We are now accepting applications for all grades for 2014-2015. Contact us for more information. Spots fill quickly in our Early Childhood program ages 0-6 and grades 4-6!  Applications are due February 7, 2014.


INSPIRED LEARNING.


For the Waldorf student, music, dance, and theater, writing, literature, legends, and myths are not simply subjects to be read about, ingested, and tested. They are experienced. Through these experiences, Waldorf students cultivate a lifelong love of learning as well as the intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual capacities to be individuals certain of their paths and to be of service to the world.

Call Us Today for a Campus Visit: 919.967.1858 ext 14

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6211 New Jericho Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
919.967.1858
emersonwaldorf.org

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