Assemblies and Performances
Grade school students perform five times during the school year: at the Harvest
Assembly (October), at Winterfest (February), at a Spring Assembly (March), at
Music Night (early May), and at the Closing Assembly on the last day of school.
Different grades may perform at each assembly. Watch the newsletter for details or ask
your child’s teacher. All CWS families are warmly invited and strongly encouraged to
attend these performances.


Each class, grades 1-8, performs a play once a year.  Theatrical performances enhance main lesson study and offer students another view into their research of history, literature, and language arts.  Dramatic performance allows children the opportunity to act, practice the art of public speech, intone emotion, understand human character, and memorize lines.  Students, parents, and CWS friends eagerly await the debut of the class plays each year!


Other annual community events at the school are the Early Childhood Teas, Parent Education Evenings, Grandparents’ Day, and the end-of-year Barn Dance as well as a myriad of individual class or family-friendly gatherings.  This year's offerings also included a Bingo Night, Eurythmy Workshop, Playdates in the Park, Pizza Night, etc.  For more information about our two major fudraising events, the Spring Beach Bash and the Holiday Bazaar, please read below.


The Spring Beach Bash & the Holiday Bazaar

 CWS Beach Bash & Auction

On April 27th, 2013 come celebrate the summer at the Charlottesville Beach Bash!!

Relax in your favorite resort wear for a night of fabulous food and drink from Horse & Hound Gastropub and dance the night away to tunes spun by the incomprable DJ Rizla and his side kick DJ Kuazy. You won't want to miss our Silent Auction with items from your favorite local spots as well as vacations and once-in-a lifetime experiences up for grabs to the highest bidder.

All proceeds from the event benefit the Charlottesville Waldorf School, so come out and enjoy the fun!

For more information, please click here.

The Holiday Bazaar

This is a true family-friendly event where all ages can enjoy traditional craft-making and shop from local artisans in a festive celebration of the season.  The Bazaar usually takes place on the first Saturday in December each year.

Secret Garden: Visit the magical place where children ages 3 - 8 choose holiday gifts for friends and family.
Cookie Decorating: Come decorate cookies with your favorite toppings!
Leather Stamping: Stamp your own leather bracelets and necklaces.
Hair Feathers: Create your own feather hair extensions.
Candle Holders: Make a candleholder and adorn it for the holidays!
Candle Dipping: Come build your own beeswax creation.
Wreathmaking: Make a wreath, large or small.
Jump Rope Making: Spin your own handmade jump rope.  
Visit the pocket lady for treasures hidden in her cape!

Thanks to all of our dedicated teachers, inspired children, and enthusiastic parents and friends who create this dynamic community!

Look for current information on this event in the autumn of 2013.