I've written a few times (here, here and here) about the May Faire at Naiya's Waldorf school. It's my favorite of the seasonal celebrations held there and was a special treat this time around because of the amazingly warm weather that seemed to bring record numbers of community members out to join in the festivities.
The Queen and her court shared Spring's bounty of flowers with the children before their procession to the May Pole.
As always, the day was filled with music, dance, delicious food and wholesome activities for the whole family.
I didn't photograph most of them but this year the classes hosted a number of fun booths including paper boat making and races down the creek, the fashioning of fairie rings, garland braiding, a paper butterfly craft, a cake walk, a "Better Gnomes and Gardens" ring toss, fishing for stones with feet in the wading pool, bean bag tossing and pole fishing for all manner of undersea prizes.
By day's end we were worn out and, with what seems a precursor to some illness, Naiya's voice was nowhere to be found. She was tuckered and fell asleep early and easily.
Yet another Spring welcomed in good company on a glorious day.