Winter Faire is Saltwater School’s largest event

  • Dec. 1, 2014 7:00 p.m.

The Saltwater School’s fourth annual Children’s Winter Faire will be held on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 2311 Rosewall Cres. and is open to the whole Comox Valley community.

This is the school’s largest event of the year, in which classrooms are converted into magical spaces, crafting rooms, a cafe, a market place with silent auction, and a story theatre. Outside, guests will find chestnuts roasting (on an open fire), and may even meet the Pocket Lady whose many pockets are filled with a multitude of wee treasures for sale.

Tickets are purchased and used for the various activities, puppet shows and food items. Cash will be accepted at the cafe, ticket booths, market place and silent auction.

The Saltwater School PAC is grateful to many local Comox Valley businesses for their generous support in donating to the silent auction, which will feature beautiful items, baskets and gift certificates perfect for holiday gifting. The PAC would like to say a big thank you to all the businesses that support the Saltwater School.

Saltwater Waldorf School is an independent school, and a registered non-profit, which has been offering holistic education to children in the Valley since September 2011. The school has grown from 16 children to 75 and from one building in Tin Town to two, since its beginning. It currently offers programming from Parent and Child, Preschool, and Kindergarten to Grade 6 and will eventually reach Grade 8. Please visit the school website for more details: www.saltwaterschool.com.

 

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