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The Spindle, Shuttle and Needle - Puppet Play
Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM    
 
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Treat your young child to The Spindle, Shuttle and Needle, a Saturday morning marionette play at the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Saturday, May 14 at 10 a.m.
 
Presented by the Early Childhood Puppetry Group, this Waldorf-style puppet play features hand-sewn marionettes, 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.
 
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A magical experience for your 3-6 year old to  in the exquisite tradition of Waldorf puppetry, performed in our Eurythmy classroom.
 
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A goodwill offering will be collected to support Women for Women International. An organization helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives. (www.WomenforWomen.org)
 
 
 
 
The Early Childhood Learning Center is wheelchair accessible by the back door. Parents of other special needs children should contact the school for information.
 
 
The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School is based on the ideas of educator, artist and philosopher, Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) who founded the first Waldorf School. Today, there are over 800 Waldorf schools and 600 early childhood programs in 35 countries around the world. These schools share a philosophy, methodology, and basic curriculum. Waldorf schools are dedicated to academic excellence and offer a challenging classical education that prepares students for the most demanding high schools and colleges. At the core of the Waldorf philosophy is the belief that knowledge is best learned experientially as well as academically. Education is an artistic process.
 
 
Driving Directions
 
From the South (Redding, Wilton, Weston): Take Route 58 North (can be reached via 107) to Route 302 in Bethel. *Take 302 East, and shortly over the Bethel/Newtown border you will see a liquor store, deli and Dodgingtown Firehouse on the right at a stoplight. For the Early Childhood Center, where our Open Houses start, go through the light and turn left into the next driveway; for the Grade School building, turn right at the light and left into the next driveway.
 
From the West (Ridgefield, South Salem): On Route 84, take Exit 8 and follow Route 6 East. After almost 2 miles, take a right at the stoplight onto Old Hawleyville Road (Newtown Savings Bank on left, sign for Hollandia Nursery on right. (#)Stay on Old Hawleyville Road until it ends at Route 302. Take a left, heading east on Route 302, and follow from * above.
 
From the East (Waterbury): On Route 84, take Exit 10 and follow Route 6 West approximately 1 mile until you reach the flagpole. Turn left at the flagpole onto Route 25. At the first light, turn right onto Route 302. Follow Route 302 west almost 4 miles until you can see a traffic light in the distance (soon after passing George’s Restaurant on the left). Slow down: the Early Childhood Center, where our Open Houses start, is on your right just before the light. For the Grade School building, take a left at the light, and turn left again into the school driveway.
 
From the North (Brookfield): Take Route 25 south until it meets Route 6. Turn right and take Route 6 west to the first traffic light. Take a left onto Old Hawleyville Road and follow from (#)above.
 
The Early Childhood Center is located at 40 Dodgingtown Road.
 
 
 
Call for reservations, directions, or more information: 203-364-1113
Housatonic Valley Waldorf School, 40 Dodgintown Road (Route 302), Newtown (by the Bethel border, beside  the Newtown Fire House)
 
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Website: http://waldorfct.org/contact.asp
Phone: 203-364-1113
Email: tlederer@waldorfct.org
 

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