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
Thursday, February 23
6 p.m.
Can fruit conduct electricity? How does gravity affect falling items? Find out the answers to these questions and more! Join
us for this hands-on, inter-active science fair. Grades 5, 6-7 & 8 will present their dynamic models and/or a reproducible interactive display.

Early Childhood Morning Adventure

Thursday, March 2
9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
RSVP Required

See the World Through the Eyes of a Kindergartener or a Wonder Gardener!
Join us with your child(ren) for an opportunity to experience a morning in our pre-k and kindergarten!
While children play and explore, teachers will explain the pedagogical basis of the activity you observe and more about what makes Waldorf so unique.
There will be creative play, snack, outdoor time and a chance to have your questions answered.
Please email Liz Torinus by Tuesday, February 28 to let her know if you’ll be joining us so that we may properly prepare for your family.

The Fate of Baldur
Friday, March 3
7 p.m.
Prairie Hill Community Hall/Gym 
Join the Grade 3-4 students in Asgard, the realm of the Norse Gods where the story of Baldur, God of light and peace, unfolds. It seems Baldur’s fate is not good; his father Odin and his mother Frigga try everything to save him. Meanwhile Loki, the God of fire and mischief, hatches a plan to make sure Baldur’s fate is sealed.
This play of free will and contrast  (good choices vs poor choices), will bring dramatic entertainment and delight.


Mornings with Miss Vicki at Good Harvest Market 
We are excited to announce that Vicki Kingsbury, or better known as Miss Vicki, Prairie Hill’s beloved Wonder Garden teacher, will be at Good Harvest several mornings over the next few months presenting puppet plays, finger plays, songs, story telling or craft time for children and adults alike.

Bring your little ones, your grandkids, friends and neighbors and join her for an hour of fun!

Thursday mornings from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. at Good Harvest Market in Pewaukee.
These events are free and open to the public.
Feb 9 – Theme: “Valentines Day Surprise”
Feb 23 – Theme: “Winter Friends”
March 16 – Theme: “Stone Soup”
March 30 – Theme: “Springtime Friends”
April 6 – Theme: “Mushroom in the Rain”