All activities take place in the Lexington Co-Op lot under tents
Hosted by the Aurora Waldorf School, Tot Tent is an oasis of calm amidst the flurry. You’ll find here a peaceful sand box corner, natural wood building blocks, and an art activity. The environment is designed with beauty and purpose, to stimulate the senses, the imagination, and a sense of wonder. It just so happens that this stimulates and builds the brain as well.
Run by Nardin Montessori Academy, the Creation Station provides the opportunity to decorate, drill, saw, sand and assemble a classic spinning top. Tucked cleverly into this empowering process is a Lesson in Grace and Courtesy, a signature Montessori practice.
It’s not only cool to be silly, it’s FUN! Make a hat from pieces of colorful felt, then don your fine chapeau on your happy head. Instant coolness!
Cousin Kelly’s carved wood sculptures provide a whimsical animal wonderland. We need you to provide the polishing power. Brush mineral oil onto a turtle’s shell or an eagle’s beak to make them glisten and gleam.
THE GRAND FULL CIRCLE TOGETHERNESS PARADE
Twist colorful wire into spectacles, then put them on to see the world through fun-colored glasses. The world reflects fun back at you!
Stamp your name. Leave a message. Make your mark. We’ll be embellishing a 90-foot long banner that was painted at a previous festival. All volunteers and festival-goers are invited to take part in this colorful collaborative cloth that will be carried in our Grand Full Circle Togetherness Parade at 4PM on Sunday.