Thursday 11th November
WSP Development Director, Barbara Hogue and WSP 6th grade parent, Donna Distefano have decided to take the Holiday Fair to the streets! Barbara and Donna recently delivered Holiday Fair posters throughout the Chestnut Hill and Mt Airy neighborhoods to promote the event of the year.
The Holiday Fair is one of The Waldorf School of Philadelphia’s most beloved traditions. Visit and you’ll soon find out why the Holiday Fair has become a firm favorite for the community. Magical children’s activities, delicious home-made food, live music and holiday shopping from 30 juried artisans including unique ceramics; hand-made adult and children’s clothing and accessories; gifts for the home; hand-printed stationery, albums and notebooks; mouth-watering hand-made chocolates and irresistible soaps and lotions; jewelry, and the best selection of handmade, natural toys. Just a few of the many good reasons to visit.
Visit on Friday, November 19th from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. for candlelit dinner and live music while you leave the kids home and shop for their holiday gifts and more.
Come with the family on Saturday, November 20th from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. to shop and enjoy home-made hot and cold organic foods; puppet plays, storytelling, candle-dipping, children-only holiday shopping room, children’s craft room and free choral performances by WSP’s Bluebirds and Middle School Choir.
For more information about The Waldorf School of Philadelphia annual Holiday Fair visit www.phillywaldorf.com/development/events.html