Magical Elves’ Faire Enchants Thousands at Waldorf School

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By VERONICA AN, Living Section Editor

5:44 am | November 21, 2016


Wizards, warlocks, fairies, princesses and many, many more magical creatures gathered on Saturday at Waldorf School’s 31st Annual Elves’ Faire. This entertaining event gave guests the chance to joust on flying horses, make wizard hats, have their fortunes told be fairies, play carnival games and listen to a live band.
The school’s Wishing Well transformed into a gift and holiday shop while local restaurants like Cafe de Leche and Carmela Ice Cream created an outdoor dining area. The faire attracted hundreds of guests to Waldorf’s campus and provided information on the school’s programs and classes.
The Faire started as a small crafting fair at Altadena’s Farnsworth Park 31 years ago. It has evolved into a popular family event that attracts thousands from all over greater Los Angeles and beyond.
What started as a small crafting fair at Altadena’s Farnsworth Park 31 years ago has now grown into the Elves’ Faire, one of the most popular family community events across Southern California. Parents, teachers, and staff at Pasadena Waldorf School have been preparing for months to host this popular community event, attended by thousands each year from all over greater Los Angeles and beyond.
Host Pasadena Waldorf School, founded in 1979, is a non-profit independent school serving students from Early Childhood through High School. As part of a worldwide educational movement founded by Rudolf Steiner in 1919, Pasadena Waldorf School offers what it calls “an inspired education” that draws from over 90 years of experience.
For more information on Waldorf School visit http://www.pasadenawaldorf.org/