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Holiday Faire is Almost Here!

Holiday Faire Adult Night
Saturday, November 23rd 
6-9 PM 

Holiday Faire Family Day
Sunday, November 24th
10-4 

The Meadowbrook Waldorf School Parent’s Association is proud to host the annual Holiday Faire. Held the weekend before Thanksgiving, the Faire is a ‘must-do’ on many people’s fall family fun calendar.

Holiday Faire Adult’s Night Out

Saturday night is a festive event for the adults. Gather your friends and book a sitter as we kick off the Faire with a communal bonfire and live music. Shop unfettered by little ones in the well-appointed store of thoughtfully selected high-quality gifts. Take part in the impressive silent auction or the boisterous live auction. Be dazzled by a strolling magician. Enjoy a book reading and have your copy signed by a local author. Come mingle with old friends and meet new ones. Read more about adult night at the Holiday Faire here.

Holiday Faire Family Day

On Sunday, the whole family will enjoy a visit. The magical Crystal Cave (formerly known as the gnome cave) and the enchanting puppet show mesmerize visitors of all ages. Bring home a handmade souvenir from one (or all!) of the craft project tables. Bargain hunters are sure to find a good read in our used book room. Unique and handmade gifts abound in the main Holiday Faire marketplace. From pony rides and candle dipping to live music and sweet treats, there is something for everyone at the Holiday Faire.

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Things to do at the Holiday Faire
Kid’s Craft’s – Not Just For Kids
Create Your Own Beeswax Candles
Crystal (aka Gnome) Cave
Story-telling with Puppets
Book Sale Room
Featured Items at the Holiday Faire Store
Ostheimer Wooden Toys
Rocker Boards
Hand-Crafted Balance Boards
And much more! See our Holiday Faire Store Pinterest Board.
Come join in the festivities at the Meadowbrook Waldorf School Holiday Faire. 

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