Shingebiss, an Ojibwa Native American Puppet Show
Saturday, January 14
Barnes & Noble West Towne @ 10:30 & 11:30
The Madison Waldorf School presents our Waldorf-inspired puppet show rendition of Shingebiss. It is the traditional Ojibwa story about a little duck who defies the cold, harsh winter while others around him cower in fear. This story exemplifies the strength of the underdog and the virtue of perseverance and fortitude. A portion of all book purchases at Barnes & Noble during and after the puppet show will benefit the Madison Waldorf School’s tuition assistance program.
Waldorf Winter Festival Is Coming to Town Saturday, December 10th!
Our second annual Waldorf Winter Festival which will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Madison Waldorf School. This event is open to our community, as well as the larger Madison community. This year’s festival will include:
- Puppet Show & Storytelling
- Musical Performances
- Craft Making & Children’s Activities
- Handmade Gifts & Wreath Sale
- Wholesome Food & Desserts
- Warm Drinks & a Bonfire
We hope to see you there!
Please contact Christa Bruhn if you have any questions.