RUDOLF STEINER SCHOOL
BULLETIN NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2011
THE FIRST WALDORF SCHOOL IN NORTH AMERICA
NOVEMBER 19, 2011
ince 1929 one of the most beloved RSS events has been our Fall Fair. Our archives show us that The Fair has had several incarnations in the past 82 years, but its essence has endured. Overflowing with beauty created by and for our community, the Fall Fair captures the spirit that lives within our school. Each year we look to this event to celebrate with our families the richness of our community. The evolution of an event such as this is a natural part of what renews great institutions. This year we continue to augment that which makes the Fall Fair such a success. The silent auction traditionally held during the event will be absorbed by our annual Spring Gala to create more space for children’s activities—further highlighting the unbridled creativity that remains the hallmark of the Fall Fair and Rudolf Steiner School. Perhaps more importantly, this change will keep the focus on the community-building event the Fair is meant to be. I want to thank all the faculty, staff and volunteers helping to make this year’s Fair a special and successful event. Furthermore, those parents and volunteers who have spent hundreds of hours on past Fall Fairs deserve recognition as well. What we will experience this year is a direct result of years of visioning, growth and hard work. Thank you.
IN THIS ISSUE
Fall Fair “Winter Awake”
For updates, feel free to visit the Fall Fair blog at RSSFallFair.wordpress. com. I am excited by the collaborative dialogue many have already participated in regarding the Fair and look forward to seeing everyone on November 19th!
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