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frontOur Maple Village Waldorf School Harvest Faire is coming up on Saturday, October 18th from 10:30am to 3:30pm and will be held at the same spacious venue as last year (Unitarian Universalist Church on Atherton St. in Long Beach).

It is a wonderful event, filled with old-world villagers, games, crafts, demonstrations, music, storytelling, and food.  Please invite lots of friends as it’s sure to be a memorable day for all.  Harvest Faire is open to the public and admission is FREE!

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Our Maple Village Waldorf School Harvest Faire is coming up on Saturday, October 18th and will be held at the same spacious venue as last year (Unitarian Universalist Church on Atherton St. in Long Beach).

It is a wonderful event, filled with old-world villagers, games, crafts, demonstrations, music, storytelling, and food. Please invite lots of friends as it’s sure to be a memorable day for all.

Flyers with all the information will be distributed soon but we just wanted to give you a reminder to save the date.

Here is a blog post on The Magic Onions blog that shows how much fun the Faire was last year – Harvest Faire : Maple Village Waldorf School – The Magic Onions

Blessings and magic…
Donni Webber,
Harvest Faire committee leader

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This Saturday at our annual Harvest Faire we will be raffling off a beautiful handmade knitted farmyard story blanket – accessories included!  The blanket is about 3 feet by 3 feet in size.  It depicts a farmyard scene, complete with a knitted barnyard, two knitted sheep, a knitted cow, a knitted pig and piglet, knitted chickens and a knitted mouse.  It has a pond and gorgeous land in seasonal shades – see the amazing photos below!!

Raffle tickets are $5 each or five for $20, and can be purchased this Saturday at Harvest Faire!  For more information, see the Harvest Faire flyer.  See you there, and good luck!!

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It’s almost Harvest Faire time!!! Please share this flyer with your family and friends, as this event is open to the public!  Check out our Harvest Faire tag to see photo highlights from previous years.

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Harvest Faire 2013

Saturday, October 26, 2013
10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Unitarian Universalist Church
5450 East Atherton St.
Long Beach, CA  90815

Celebrate the abundance and magic of the Harvest in our Enchanted Village as the Blacksmith, the Baker, the Wizard,  minstrels and more delight you with stories, crafts, games, raffles, and live music.

Join in the festivities while enjoying homemade soup, bread, pulled pork, and homemade pies in the Village Café.

FREE ENTRY!  Open to the public. Bring cash for coupons for our village tour, food, raffles, and fall crafts from our marketplace.  See you there!

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MVS parent Donni Webber has spotlighted our story blanket on her blog today!  Check out her post to discover all the details and secrets of this amazing one-of-a-kind item, which will be raffled off tomorrow at Harvest Faire.  See you there for a chance to win!

Waldorf Knitted Story Blanket Playscape

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Maple Village School
invites you, your family and friends to
Harvest Faire
Saturday, October 27, 2012
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Celebrate the abundance and magic of the harvest
 in our Enchanted Village, where the Blacksmith, 
the Baker, the Wizard, minstrels and more will delight you with stories and crafts.  
Join in our community sing-a-long while
enjoying homemade soups, breads and pies in the Village Cafe.

$5 Admission per adult.
$10 Admission per child.
Child admission includes crafts, treasures, and a magical guided tour through our Enchanted Village.
No charge for babes in arms.

Parents, remember to invite your friends!  Guests from outside the Maple Village community are encouraged to attend!

Check out the Harvest Faire tag to see photos from previous years!

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Thank you so much to everyone who came out for Harvest Faire 2011!  We would especially like to thank all of our volunteers for so graciously donating their time, energy, money, and materials — we couldn’t have done it without you!  It was a truly magical day that many will remember for years to come.  Please enjoy some of our favorite photos from the event:

The Wise Woman created dream pouches for each child.

The Pocket Lady with her pockets full of treasures!

The Village Candlemaker helped children dip their own beeswax candles.

After passing the Wizard's tests, each new wizard was rewarded with a crystal that allows them to talk to owls.

The Village Blacksmith helped children forge a coin.

Activities included making lanterns and leaf rubbings.

Children assist Mr. Andreas and Ms. Lisa with the Harvest Faire sing-a-long!

The Village Farmer shares the fruits of his labor and teaches children about life on the farm!

The success of this year’s Harvest Faire would not have been possible without all of our wonderful community members.  Thanks again, and we can’t wait to see you next year!

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