WCA Update for Week of November 18
Many updates shared by WCA.
- Family Freecycle (Monday, Nov. 18th- Friday, Nov 22nd)
- News from Nov. 14 WCA general meeting
- Understand Waldorf better through the new “Explorations” class
- Book Group
- Lending Library, Gratitudes, Suggestion Box
- Current Volunteer opportunities around the school
- Community Space
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Winter Concert Tuesday November 19
Hunters and Mary’s Lambs will be in attendance! Come listen to grades students perform an offering for the winter season. The concert starts at 5 pm at the Second Congregational Church, 35 Conant St, Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Thanks to Kim Indresano for this great photo!
Early Childhood Parents Support Evening November 20
On November 20 from 6:30 til 8 pm in the Kindergarten room, parents of students in the early childhood programs (including Parent & Child) are warmly invited to an evening dedicated to supporting each other’s parenting efforts while looking through the lens of Waldorf education. This month we will discuss Bedtime Routines. (more…)
Third Grade Soup Sale 11/22
Soup Sale to benefit the Third Grade Farm Trip!
Both at 1 pm and 2:45 pm dismissal times. Come on by the table on your way out, and for $12, let us take care of your dinner for you! (more…)
Modern Calligraphy Workshop November 23
Please join us for an introductory workshop in modern calligraphy on Saturday, November 23 from 1 pm til 4 pm. The class will cover basic strokes, letters, words and will give students the opportunity to gain experience using calligraphy brush pens. Student will also be given the chance to put their new skills to use to make holiday cards and tag. No experience needed and all supplies will be provided.
“You don’t have to be a star, baby…to be in my sho – ow!”
…..but, it would be great if you could help make some! Meet up after morning drop off on Wednesday, November 20 and Wednesday, December 4 to make colorful stars for the upcoming Enchanted Fair. Join Heather Collis Puro, Handwork Teacher and Interim Director, and Sunflower Kindergarten parent Anna Brandenburg to learn how to fold these geometric beauties to decorate our school for this popular annual event. Stay for a few minutes or hang out for the morning. We will be working in the Community Space on the Main Floor from 8:15 am until 10:00 am. Contact Heather at email@example.com with questions or suggestions. (more…)
Fire Cider Workshop December 8th
Just as the plants change and prepare for our winter season, we also need to change the way we eat, move and nourish ourselves. Join us as a community to learn how to nurture your immune system and bring warmth and nutrients to the cells of your body using this traditional folk medicine. In this workshop we will briefly discuss food as medicine, traditional wisdom as a form of resistance, and the importance of self and community care. All materials and ingredients will be provided. (more…)
Our school will be hosting a Coat Drive from Nov 18-Nov 26. In the spirit of St Martin, we’re collecting coats to be donated to Beverly Bootstraps just in time for the wintery weather ahead. This is one of our 100 acts of service to honor Waldorf Education’s 100th year anniversary. (more…)
Tomten Candles & Honey at School Store
The Enchanted Caravan school store is stocked with Tomten candles and raw honey, just in time for Thanksgiving! The pure beeswax taper candles are available in 2 sizes, and the raw honey jars are available in 3 sizes. You can also purchase online and pick-up your order in the main office. Enchanted Caravan Store Website (more…)
Donations Needed for Wee Folk Shoppe
The Wee Folk Shoppe needs your donations for the Enchanted Fair on December 14! We ask that each family (grades families, too!) donate 5-8 items for our delightful Wee Folk Shoppe. Please ensure that all donations fit our school policy – no character depictions, made from natural materials and considerate of all holiday traditions. (more…)