Fall Bazaar Volunteer Corner
Every family takes part in the bazaar each year -- a tradition at our school for 44 years. Whether it's baking pies or being a cashier at the store, everyone has a roll to play and often times it is several roles to play!
If you are a 7th through 12th grade parent, please consider asking your child to sign up as a henna or face painting artist. Sign-Up Genius is active, please follow this link to get your preferred volunteer slot. Please remember EACH parent is asked to complete at least one two-hour shift.
Sign Up for Childcare During Bazaar Setup
If you need childcare because you are volunteering to set up the bazaar on Friday November 22 from 3-6pm, don't delay - sign up today:
We have limited availability and want to accommodate you. Children in 1st grade and younger will be in the care of Wendy Jackson and Vanessa Chang and parent volunteers. Please note that children must be both potty trained and able to separate easily. Children in 2nd-6th grade will be in the blacktop and under the care of school staff and parent volunteers. Snack will be provided for all the children. Thank you for your support of our wonderful Bazaar. - Your POSC
To all you Bakers and Cookie Makers: The Race is On!
Leah Kedar (mother of Adam Mutschler ’06 and Chef Eron)
You are invited and encouraged to bring your best baked creations --presented in the most beautiful way-- to this year's Bazaar's Patisserie. With less two weeks to the Bazaar we need to have commitments from 60 of you to make offerings of your baked creations.
Let Leah know as soon as you can, via the email or phone above, what you would be baking for the Bazaar's Patisserie.
Bring your creations to the kitchen on Friday, November 22
Please label with name of item (Boston Cream Pie, carrot cake, etc.), and if/whether it is gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan… Listing ingredients that might be allergens (“contains dairy” “contains peanuts”…) would also be very helpful. Thank you so much.
Greens for Magical Maze
Please bring in your tree and bush trimmings, ask your neighbors to save theirs for you to bring in as well! Preferred evergreens are fir, hemlock, pine, spruce, and boxwood. No holly, please. We will also need some bamboo to use as maze supports. Trimmings are best brought in the the week right before the Bazaar (November 18-22) to maintain freshness. Please drop off your greens on the patio outside the Sunflower Children's Garden.
If you would like to help us promote the bazaar, please consider sending the following text to your neighborhood list serv or other group to which you belong. You may also download a flyer by clicking here.
Please join us for the 44th Annual Fall Bazaar at Washington Waldorf School on Saturday, November 23 from 10-3. The Bazaar will have crafts and activities for children of all ages, over 30 artisans and an opportunity to purchase beautiful Waldorf inspired items made by WWS parents. Have lunch in the bistro; enjoy entertainment throughout the day and snack on delicious baked goods and coffee while you are shopping. 4800 Sangamore Rd., Bethesda. www.washingtonwaldorf.org