The Kindergarten Year at Acorn Hill
Friday, December 1, 2017 9:15–10:15 am
Thinking about Kindergarten and what’s next after Acorn Hill? Join Faculty Chair Kate Gage for tea and discussion about the Kindergarten year both at Acorn Hill and beyond. Hear from current and alumni parents about their experiences and ask those burning questions.
Embodying Discipline: An Experiential Workshop for Parents
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 7:30–9:00 pm
Movement is our first language, and a gesture can sometimes speak more clearly than words. In this experiential workshop, we will increase our awareness of the non-verbal realm of parent and child communication through simple movement exercises. This class is led by Lynn Adelman and Lani Hill, both professional dancers, movement educators, and WWS Early Childhood faculty members. Please dress in clothing suitable for movement. $10 suggested donation.
Family Holiday Crafting Social / Wee One Shoppe
Sunday, December 10, 2017 9:30 am –12:30 pm
Come make crafts in the Acorn Hill classrooms with the help of volunteers, including faculty. Crafts for purchase include the ever popular cookie decorating, as well as making acorn people, star ornaments and felt necklaces.
In the Wee Shoppe, children 3-8 can go shopping by themselves, with a list of recipients prepared together with a parent. Low cost, handmade items will be available for purchase, and the shop will be staffed with alumni children and grandparents who can assist with reading the list and wrapping.
A bake and coffee sale will be held in the entrance, and the whole playground is available for everyone to enjoy.
All are welcome!
Sunday, February 11, 2017 4:00 pm –5:00 pm
A midwinter celebration of light, music, and warmth for families. Free.
Silent Auction and Social
Saturday, March 17, 2018 6:30 pm –9:30 pm
Join us for a delightful evening of dinner, drinks, music and Live Auction!
A Conversation Among Waldorf Grandparents: Building our Relationships
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 7:30–9:00 pm
As grandparents we enjoy watching our grandchildren grow and expand their horizons, yet sometimes it can be difficult to establish an easy-going, relaxed relationship with the children, and even with their parents. Parenting choices and styles may differ from what we had experienced. Understanding Waldorf education can help to open the door to a more satisfying relationship with your grandchild and his or her parents. Several panelists will share their experiences as Waldorf grandparents, with a chance for discussion and exchange of ideas. $10 suggested donation.
Saturday, May 14, 2018 10am–2pm
All are welcome! Join us for this annual and popular family event! Children enjoy outdoor games, crafts, activities and a special marionette show. Other highlights include the sale of dolls, animals, and other crafts lovingly handmade by our very own parents, Little Shop items, plants, homemade baked goods, delicious wholesome food for lunch, and a raffle.