(HawaiiNewsNow) - Waldorfaire, Honolulu Waldorf School's annual Renaissance-theme family fair, features fun for all ages, including live entertainment, face-painting boutiques and puppet theaters, delicious food and fresh-baked goods, classrooms transformed into treasure caves, hair salons, and toy shops, a rock climbing wall, dunk tank, Medieval games activities, acrobats suspended from silks, blacksmithing, zip lines and pony rides. The fair is this Saturday, October 27, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 350 Ulua Street in Niu Valley.
The highlight will be a costume/mask contest as part of Waldorfaire's continuing story, "The Tale of the Masquerade Mask" -- the fourth installment of The Kingdom of Kindervale story series that reignited Waldorfaire's Renaissance theme three years ago. The princess of Kindervale is hosting a masquerade mask contest, and all guests are encouraged to come in their most creative costume and/or mask and join the fun!
Waldorfaire is organized by parent volunteers and students. Admission is free. Scrip will be sold to purchase food and participate in all the activities. Street parking is available in the neighborhood. Proceeds from the fair directly support programs for Honolulu Waldorf School students.
Honolulu Waldorf School is in its 51st year. Established in 1961, it is a coeducational school serving nearly 300 children from early childhood through high school. The original Nursery through Grade 8 school is on a monkey pod tree-shaded campus in Niu Valley. The High School sits on oceanfront property in nearby Aina Haina. Based on the educational insights of Dr. Rudolf Steiner, Waldorf education is the fastest-growing independent educational movement in the world, with more than 1,000 Waldorf schools on six continents. For more information about Waldorf School, click HERE or call (808) 377-5471.