Honolulu Waldorf School's 'Waldorfaire' | Community Spirit
Information courtesy of: Honolulu Waldorf School
The weather may have dampened Honolulu Waldorf School’s annual Waldorfaire back in March, but it didn’t dampen the spirit of this K-12 independent school in East Honolulu.
Waldorfaire, the school’s annual Renaissance-theme family fair, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 5, from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 350 Ulua Street in Niu Valley. The school’s May Day program will take place prior to the fair, at 10:00 a.m. Honolulu Waldorf School’s sixth grade students will serve as the royal Hawaiian court that will be entertained with Hawaiian dances, songs, and chants performed by students in Grades one through twelve. Waldorfaire will follow immediately at noon with wonderful activities and food booths including Da Spot, Il Gelato, Kele’s Corn, Le Crepe Café, Soul Café, Bubbies Ice Cream, Pacific Motion Pictures Catering, and Slow Food Oahu.
Families can enjoy a joyful day of great entertainment and food in East Honolulu. Waldorfaire showcases Waldorf education through unique games and activities, including archery and jousting, a puppet show, a children’s toy shop of handmade items, a treasure room, pony rides, horse and carriage rides around the neighborhood, a rock-climbing wall, zip-line, dunking booth, magic shows, treasure-hunting, fishing games, crafts, talent show, art gallery, and delicious hand-baked items for sale