Do you have questions about Waldorf Education?
Do you wonder if Prairie Hill could be the right fit for your child and for you?

Join us for the following events and discover the answers to your questions and more!

All events are free unless otherwise noted.


Science Exploratorium 
February 22
6 p.m.
Prairie Hill Community Hall/Gym

Can fruit conduct electricity?
How does gravity affect falling items?
Why do organic items burn at different rates than non-organic? 
Find out the answers to these questions and more!
Join us for this hands-on, interactive science fair. Grades 6, 7- 8 students will present their dynamic models and/or a reproducible interactive display.


The Twelve Sons of Jacob presented by Grade 3 
Friday, March 2 
Prairie Hill Community Hall/Gym

Plays are an important piece of the curriculum at Prairie Hill. They allow students to play different roles, which helps them both to discover who they are and who they are not. Join us and see their hard work and joy as they present their much anticipated class play.


6th Community Education Conference 
March 3 from 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
Early Bird Ticket Price of $30 Until Feb. 15
This year’s 6th Community Education Conference is a one-day conference for parents, caregivers and educators of children from infancy through adolescence and young
There will be three keynote speakers,15 workshops throughout the day and lunch included in the admission price. Several exhibitors will be showcasing their products and/or services. Unfortunately childcare is not available for this all day conference.
Keynote speakers are:
Mary O’Connell who will speak on “GOODNESS — Encountering Goodness in Today’s World,” Bente Goldstein who will address “BEAUTY — Developing Emotional Depth During the Grade School Years,” and Philip Chard who will speak on “TRUTH — Becoming One’s Authentic Self; How Young People Discover Who They Are.”
Cost before February 15: $30 After February 15: $35 At the door: $40
Hosted by Prairie Hill Waldorf School, Tamarack Waldorf School, Madison Waldorf School, Great Lakes Waldorf Institute, and Lifeways Milwaukee. Consider Carpooling!
Follow this event on Facebook for more information. Purchase tickets HERE.
******Searching for Volunteers: The Conference Committee is in need of volunteers to work two hour shifts. Areas of help include: set up the night of March 2, Welcome/Admissions Table, greeters, floaters and clean up after the event. Admission to the Conference is 50% off for volunteers. If you are interested in helping please contact Sarah Stokes.


Kids Hour at Good Harvest Market 
Select Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 

February 22 Valentine’s Day Surprise
March 29 Mushroom in the Rain
April 26 Springtime Friends

Enjoy stories, puppet plays and crafts based on fun children’s themes. Story Time & Kids Hour presented by renowned Prairie Hill Waldorf School Early Childhood Educators, Vicki Kingsbury, Erin Houlihan, Emily Witkowski and Stanlee Maliszewski.