Waldorf Community Association

All parents, teachers and friends of Waldorf School at Moraine Farm are members of the Waldorf Community Association (WCA). We gather to support our school community in a multitude of ways, and host four meetings during the school year that are open to all members.

We welcome you to come and share your joys, concerns and ideas about the school and its events. These meetings are a great way to get to know other community members, to work on projects or simply chat and catch up.

The Waldorf Community Association also hosts community-wide events such as our esteemed Adult Speaker Series, public service talks (like “Internet Safety”), used book sales, recycling events, summer picnic dinner meet-ups and our annual Learning Conference. These events enrich our community and are also wonderful ways to connect with other area Waldorf schools, as well as people across the North Shore.

Please check our calendar for upcoming meetings and events.

2018-19 Waldorf Community Association Chair: Linda Wrinn (5th-grade parent)

Waldorf Enchanted Fair, December 8, 10am – 4pm

On Saturday, December 8, the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm will be transformed into the Waldorf Enchanted Fair. This event offers a magical holiday experience for the whole family with handcrafted gifts and toys, adult and children’s activities, live music, puppet shows, and food.

With this annual fair, the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm has cultivated a reputation for bringing enchantment to children of all ages. Families can “Slay the Dragon” with bows and arrows; decorate wreaths; watch a puppet show; make wands, ornaments, and lanterns; have their faces painted; make a beeswax candle; and much more.

A fair favorite is the Wee Folk Shoppe. This tiny shop, just big enough for small children to enter, allows little ones to pick out a special gift and have it wrapped by a Wee Folk Elf. Another favorite is the Pocket Lady and Pocket Gnome, who stroll through the halls with treasures hidden in their many pockets. Children delight in finding out what prize they have chosen.

The Waldorf Cafe & Bakery will be selling a large selection of homemade baked goods, sandwiches, apple cider and coffee.

The $5 entry fee includes 5 tickets that can be used towards any of our activities. Holiday gift making activities range from 2 to 10 tickets.

To enjoy an adult-only shopping experience, come to the school for “Enchanted Eve” on Friday night, December 7th from 6pm to 9pm. In addition to great shopping, there will also be hors d’oeuvres and wine served.

The Waldorf Enchanted Fair is a parent-volunteer, community-driven event that raises funds to support the many educational programs and goals at the school. These funds help make tuition assistance programs possible. They provide compensation increases for our dedicated teachers, and help us to care for our buildings and grounds. This fair comes together through the many parent volunteers that donate their time, talent and money towards the production of this fair. The school recognizes and thanks them for their immeasurable contributions.

About Waldorf School at Moraine Farm

Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is one of 121 Waldorf schools in the United States and nearly 1,000 Waldorf schools worldwide.

Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is an independent, non-profit school founded in 1986. The school is located on ten acres of the historic Moraine Farm property in Beverly. It serves approximately 100 students from pre-kindergarten to eighth grade. The school has open enrollment year around.

The mission of Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is to help students discover and develop their individual capacities and build self-confidence, so that they can fully engage in the world and contribute meaningfully to society.

To learn more about the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, visit www.waldorfmoraine.org or call 978.927.8811.

Community Connections

Waldorf School at Moraine Farm works with multiple organizations in our community and beyond to further strengthen our commitment towards developing a sense of social responsibility within our students. (Learn more about our Mission here.) Throughout the year we organize community service and volunteer opportunities coordinated through multiple organizations in Beverly, MA; Essex County; Boston, Massachusetts and even worldwide. Below are some of the organizations we have partnered with and support.

Beverly Bootstraps

House of Peace

Beverly Public Schools

Pinecones and Needles