Fall Festival

Friday, September 27th, 2019

Our Fall Festival recognizes the turning of the seasons and celebrates human courage and resolve.  A harvested seed contains all that has been distilled from summer’s bounty and carries its own future potential. In our own inner life, we feel how summer’s outbreath is ending and being transformed into new resolve and strength for our school year!

Working the Land & Procession
Students harvest and sow in our fields and gardens, and work to help maintain and beautify our lovely campus. Includes a colorful procession to Nibble Hill where students sow seeds for growth through the winter season.

Community Celebration
All are welcome to join the festivities 11:50am to 3:00pm!

11:50am – 12:35pm
        Dragon’s Den Game for Grades 1-8. Parents, join us to cheer them on!

Grades 1-4 are dismissed. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and fly kites on the field.
Grades 5-8 return to their classes for lunch.
Grades 5-8 return to the upper field for games. Working in teams they will create dragon floats and complete challenge games!
2:45pm – 3:00pm
Students will share their dragon floats.    (3:15 dismissal)

Early Childhood Celebration
Early Childhood celebrates Michaelmas with a Thursday morning walk to Nibble Hill that is for children and their teachers only. Yellow flags are lovingly planted on the hillside.

Past Fall Festival Photos: