Upcoming Event Details

Updated 9/12/2017 through December 2017

 

Weds, Sept 13, 2017, 6:30 pm: WSCC Board Meeting
WSCC Families and community members are always invited to open Board sessions.

Sat, Sept 23, 11 am- 3 pm: Autumn in Olde Cotuit, Harvest Festival, at Dottridge Homestead, Cotuit
Meet Delilah, an inflatable, life-sized Northern Right Whale and climb inside for a rare glimpse of these magnificent creatures + seasonal food and activities. Free admission. Rain date, Sunday, Sept 24. More information at www.CotuitHistoricalSociety.org 

Weds, Oct 18, 2017, 6:30 pm: WSCC Board Meeting
WSCC Families and community members are always invited to open Board sessions.

Sunday, Oct 29, 2017, 1 pm - 4 pm: Family Event - Pumpkin Carving Open House at WSCC
Pumpkin carving is a fun, messy, creative endeavor, and even more fun when done with friends! Current families, friends, and anyone who wants to learn more about the Waldorf way are invited. Pumpkins and safe carving tools provided. Pumpkin soup will be available for purchase, and staff will be available for tours and school information.

Thursday, Nov 2, 2017, 2 pm - 3 pm: Lantern Making Workshop at WSCC
Children ages 3 to first grade and parents are invited to make simple lanterns with our Early Childhood teachers. Learn one of the songs we sing on our Lantern Walk, and then join us the following Thursday evening, November 9, as we walk through our grounds and woods with only our lanterns to guide us. Families may also wish to start their own traditional evening lantern walk at home. *Pre-registration Required: Call 508-420-1005

Thursday, Nov 9, 2017: Martinmas Festival Lantern Walk at WSCC
Early Childhood students' walk will take place at 5 pm, and Grades at 6 pm. The first festival of the "Festivals of Light" season marks the time of year when the days are shorter and nights are longer. We use our lanterns as a symbol to help guide us through these longer nights and prepare us for the darkest part of the year. The children, of course, simply enjoy walking through dark woods at night. Children's understanding of the symbolism of the walk will deepen naturally as they develop, without adult explanation.

Friday, Nov 10, 2017: Veteran's Day, No school - Middle School Community Service Day
Classes 6-8 will participate together in a local community service project, as a 'kick-off' to their year-long community service. If your organization has ideas for service projects for our students, either long or short-term, please contact Sue Salvesen, at AdminAssistant@waldorfcapecod.org

Weds, Nov 15, 2017, 6:30 pm: WSCC Board Meeting
WSCC Families and community members are always invited to open Board sessions.

Saturday, Nov 18, 2017, 10 am - 4 pm: WSCC Holiday Faire
Not to be missed! Our annual Holiday Faire has been a family tradition for over 25 years. Children make simple crafts, get a trinket from the Pocket Lady or from the Fish Pond, visit the Angel Room, make a gingerbread house, get a Henna tattoo and more. Shop our Artisan's Hall for unique hand-made items, from soap to pottery to wooden cutting boards to jewelry to so much more! Enjoy turkey sandwiches, soup, Caesar salad in our Luncheon Tavern or a sweet treat in Cafe Splendide. Fees for children's activities range from $1-$5 per activity, food and drink sold a la carte.

Saturday, Dec 2, 2017: Christmas in Cotuit, at Dottridge Homestead and Cotuit Village
Celebrate the season with the Cotuit Historical Society. Gift shop sales, children's activities and an evening reception highlight the day. More information at  http://www.cotuithistoricalsociety.org/christmas-in-cotuit.html

Weds, Dec 17, 2017, 6:30 pm: WSCC Board Meeting
WSCC Families and community members are always invited to open Board sessions.