The High School Drama Program and the 12th grade present:
The Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe
Thursday−Saturday, May 21st−23rd
All evenings at 7:00 pm & Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm
Enjoy this dramatization of C.S. Lewis’s iconic children's fantasy novel, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Join the 12th grade cast as they tell the beloved adventure story of the four Pevensie children who travel to Narnia, a mystical land full of magic, mystery, and the talking lion, Aslan. The 12th grade play is traditionally the culminating event of the Waldorf drama curriculum; the acting, all stage craft (set-building, costumes and props fabrication) are handled by the seniors. Come support them and appreciate their final dramatic performance!
Free Admission (though any donations are gratefully accepted and will be applied to the 12th grade trip).
Recommended for children in 1st grade and up.
Poster Artwork by 12th grade student: Augie Verciglio
CWS May Fair 2015
Saturday, May 16th
We are eagerly readying for Saturday. Here are the great activities, vendors and entertainment that will be part of the day’s events.
Please invite your friends to come together with the children, teachers, parents and friends to enjoy the day of our May Fair.
Our Waldorf community brings you music & performing arts:
10:00am The Levinson Family
CWS father and sons playing international
folk tunes on keyboard and strings.
11:00am The Kelson Twins
Maddie and Juliet Kelson (high school juniors)
are an Americana duo who blend sibling harmonies
and poetic lyrics that have attracted local
& international fans.
12:00pm Maypole Dance
Performed by the 4th grade, with musical
accompaniment by the 5th grade. Young children
may join with 4th grade partners in the
1:00pm Anna Fermin & Tony Richards
Anna is a well-known singer-songwriter who fronts
the alt-country band Trigger Gospel. Musician &
CWS parent Tony Richards accompanies on guitar.
2:00pm Michelle Shafer
CWS parent Michelle Shafer is a singer-songwriter-
poet who will be performing an eclectic mix of
classical, Flamenco, pop/rock and traditional guitar.
3:00pm Waldorf High School Students
Dramatic scenes, music & singing are presented
by the CWS high school students.
SELECTED ACTIVITIES AT THE FAIR
For young children in Early Childhood years:
Roll the Troll
Bowling with the forest creatures. Watch the trolls fall; Get ‘em all!
Explore the hay pile to find special treats and treasures inside.
Plant A Seed
You plant a seed in good soil... then take it home to watch it grow!
Children make their own floating/flying butterfly toy.
Bean Bag Toss
Enjoy helping the bees (bags) find the flowers (their targets).
FOR ALL AGES IN ALL GRADES, FROM CHILD TO ADULT:
Hand-crank the machine to turn yarn into your colorful jump-rope.
Adorned with a festive crown, you embody the spirit of the Fair!
Walk to music but be the last one sitting to win a choice cake.
Face Painting / Hair Wraping
Select your Waldorf style face art or choice of hair adornment.
Get a traditional India henna skin tattoo that will last for days!
Take home your own organic designs on a colorful shirt!
Who is the fastest in this crazy race? Speed & skills required.
Can you find your way out of the maze? Multiple challenges await.
FOR THE OLDER AGES FROM 6TH GRADE TO ADULT:
Test your accuracy. You’ll need nerves of steel to slay the dragon!
Who will rule this billiard game? Use strategy & cunning to win.
VENDORS AT THE FAIR
These artisans vendors were specifically selected for wares and services that are valued by the Waldorf community:
Baizaar / Lauren Bishop
Hand-crafted jewelry and accessories from artists around the world, vintage hill tribe & sari bags, handmade journals & cards.
Products made with all natural fibers. Handmade items for children & teachers, classrooms & season tables.
SW1’s Exotic Reflections / Sheronna Williams
Hand-crafted jewelry, gemstones, unique sterling silver, artifacts.
Nomadic Ant / Suzanne Miranda
Jewelry, children’s international souvenirs.
Claybration / Martha Plaza-Weber
Felted wool sweaters, birds, garlands, necktie fashions, skirts, totes, purses, needle felted denim.
Pacha Love / Lenin Morales
Jewelry, sunglasses, t-shirts, purses.
Katherine-Anne Confections / Kelsey Schroeder
Handmade chocolate truffles, caramels, marshmallows, and European style sipping chocolate.
doTERRA Essential Oils / Megan Hall
Single oils and blends, instructional uses.
Unan Imports / Al Ntamere
Handmade crafted jewelry, hats, organic body care items.
The Dribbly Pear / Marieke Van Der Maelen
1:12 scale modern dollhouse miniature, science themed toys, Chicago-themed culinary jewelry.
Dolls, gnomes, felt items, fairie houses, imports.
Bootleg Batard / Melina Kelson
Long-fermented, handmade and wood-fired breads. Jams featuring
local, sustainably and organically raised fruits. All natural granola.
Clay Ceramics / Jane Wohlreich
Hand made clay pots, bowls, trays, platters & mugs.
Twinkles and Twigs / Sue Erickson
Wool felted fairies and more.
Spinning wheels, weaving looms, felting and knitting supplies, kits and classes and everything Fiber-Arts related.
Balance Through Motion / Liz Kantorski
Hand-made balance boards. Using balance boards strengthens balance, bodies & minds through motion!
Urban Yoga Chicago / Anna Gratzl
Kundalini yoga & meditation classes. Vegetarian cooking classes.
Welcome Your Light / Laura Pryzby
Health coaching , Reiki, angel healing and meditation.
Think Like a Fairy / Dawn Servitto
Fairy doors, handmade by Waldorf 5th grade students.
Barefoot Books / Terri Arain
Multicultural children’s books that spark the imagination and inspire
creativity from birth to 12 years of age. Celebrate art and story!
Children’s Vending Table / CWS Students
8th grader, Ely is offering his paintings, drawings & trading cards.
Visit Drake’s new crystal rock shop: “We Know Rock, Worldwide”
We can’t wait to see you at the fair!!