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Magic Forest Journey - October 26

Original post made by Waldorf School of the Peninsula, Rengstorff Park, on Oct 10, 2013

Have you ever watched a fairy tale come to life — the Shoemaker and Elves cleverly crafting shoes? Gnomes diligently seeking earth's treasures? For 20 years young children at Waldorf School of the Peninsula have experienced the wonder of these and other candlelit vignettes enacted by teachers, parents and our own fifth grade students.

During the 30 minute journey, lantern light glimmers through the trees as kindergarten and nursery children journey along a jack-o-lantern-lined path during the annual Magic Forest evening. Other vignettes include Forest Fairies dancing to enchanting music, Scarecrows dancing about, and Grandfather Twilight sending all home for a night of sweet dreams.

This year WSP is pleased to invite children from our local communities to participate in this annual tradition. This event is appropriate for nursery and kindergarten children. We welcome children between ages of three and seven, accompanied by an adult.

Limited spots are available for $5 per child. Reservations and pre-purchase required. Click here for more details and ticket information: Web Link

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