2016 Fall Fair & Market

1 Jacklin Rd. Newtown, CT
Friday, October 28
Market: 6-9 PM
Saturday, October 29
Market: 10 AM-4 PM
Fair: 10 AM-3 PM
Saturday will include:
  • a Market of beautiful wares by local craftspeople
  • two performances (11:30 AM & 1 PM) of the puppet show Rolly Polly Rice Ball by our Puppetry Committee
  • demonstrations by the Newtown Juggling Club
  • goats visiting from the farm & home of one of our Kindergarten families
  • crafts & activities hosted by our parents
  • food
  • fun for the whole family!
There is no entrance fee. Tickets may be purchased for crafts and activities. Market vendors cannot accept tickets as payment.
Our Market is now full! Please direct any Market questions to Peggy McFarland at peg@squarepegs.com.
With Fair questions please call or e-mail Christina Dixcy in the office at 203-364-1113 x103 or cdixcy@waldorfct.org.

Rolly Poly Rice Ball is a story of a poor man from Japan who packed three rice balls for his lunch. When he was walking through the fields to go to work, a rice ball fell out of his handkerchief and rolled down a hole. He tried to stop this from happening but when he leaned over the hole he heard someone singing. He was so surprised and interested that he too rolled down the hole. This story tell us about all the adventures he had in this magical place and how he became wealthy after this adventure. The poor man's neighbor heard about this journey and with greed in his heart tried to replicate it. (Guess what his reward was for his deed driven by a greedy heart?)

The puppet show in the Waldorf tradition features hand-sewn puppets, sumptuous plant-dyed silks, and a simple, age-appropriate performance style suited to young children's attention spans and level of awareness. A peaceful and enchanted mood prevails. Our puppet shows are appropriate for 3-8 year-olds.

Fall Fair Parking

HVWS Parking Lots
  • Taunton Hill parking lot (Taunton Hill Rd. at Rt. 302)
  • South Campus, lower portion (1 Jacklin Rd.)
  • North Campus Early Childhood horseshoe is reserved for Market vendors.
Neighborhood Parking Lots
Please read the details regarding which spaces we may use in our neighbors' properties.
  • Dodgingtown Volunteer Fire House (Jacklin Rd. at Rt. 203)
We may park in the Front and Rear lots. In the rear, please do not park in the reserved spaces facing the building, or blocking the bay doors.
  • Dodgingtown Garage (Rt. 302)
We may park in the far lot, at the western end of their property.
  • Dodgingtown Market & Deli (Rt. 302)
We may park anywhere BEHIND the deli; PLEASE do not park in the front, along the shops, or side lots as this blocks customer and tenant parking.

2016 Market Vendors
Our Market is now FULL! Click article title to read more about our vendors.

***and beyond...
AE Wooden Toys
Arogya Holistic Healing & Arogya Tea
Art n Found
BHUpcycled Designs (formerly Bethany Homecrafts)
Cabbage Hill Farm
Clay In the Potter's Hands
Denur Crafts
Emo's Organics
Gentle Healing Massages with Stephanie Besson
Greenfire Pottery & Handmade Beaded Jewelry
Jamie Harmon
Ken Friedman
La Pintora
Lula Roe
Margot Marston
Missiki Inc.
Moongate Farm
Natasha de Castro
Now & Then
Open Sky Yoga Barn/Quinn Whelehan (artist)
Putnams Place
Rainbow Garden School Store
Square Peg's Vintage Jewelry & Designs
Sweet Solana
T. Barnes Beauty
Wild Infusion
Women's Peace Collection

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