The Waldorf Weekly
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The aldorf Weekly A WEEKLY PUBLICATION OF THE WALDORF SCHOOL OF PHILADELPHIA SHIVER ME TIMBERS, IN THIS ISSUEIT’STHE PIRATES OF PENZANCE!It’s The Pirates of Penzance!Ms. Kennedy and the eighth graders have chosento perform Volunteer Appreciation Happy HourGilbert and Sullivan’sThe Pirates of Penzancefor their class Support Cradles to crayonsplay this year.This comic, two-act opera will feature the entire Community-Wide Thank Yousmiddle school in its cast, and will be directed by Music and Courtesy of the MonthChorus teacher, Amanda Rogers-Petro. The Classifieds The Pirates of Penzancepremiered in New York City in Decem-ber 1879 and has been a much beloved and much-parodied light opera ever since.Piratestells the story of Frederic, a young man who is indentured to a band of tender-hearted pi-CALENDAR OF EVENTS rates until his 21st birthday when he will be released.The only problem is that Frederic was born on February 29th so, May technically, he only celebrates a birthday every four years!He 19 Piratesof Penzance, 7 p.m., Chelten-falls in love with Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley ham Center for the Arts who is the epitome of the modern, well-educated British mili-20 Piratesof Penzance, 4 p.m. tary officer with no military sense.Feeling duty-bound, 23 VolunteerHappy Hour, Wine Thief Frederic asks Mabel to wait for him for another 63 years when Bistro, 4 p.m. he willcelebrate his 21st leap year birthday. 30 MemorialDay, NO SCHOOL 31 SummerCamp Enrollment Forms The eighth grade and their compatriots will offer two perform-due ances for the community of this fun-filled opera on Thursday evening, May 19th at 7 p.m., and on Friday, May 20th at 4 p.m., Theperformance will take place at the Cheltenham June Center for the Arts, 439 Ashbourne Road in Cheltenham.Ad-1 Lastday of school, Early Childhood mission is free but, due to limited seating, reservations are 3-day program, 1 p.m. dismissal 3 Lastday of school, Early ChildhoodSeats can be reserved by sending e-strongly recommended. 5-day program, 1 p.m. dismissalmail to Ms. Kennedy atpixiekennedy@yahoo.com. 5 8thGrade Graduation, 3:30 p.m. 8 Lastday of school, Grades, 1 p.m. dismissal Volunteer Happy Hour Celebrates YOU! You are invited to this special event if you have volunteered at The Waldorf School of Philadel-st phia for at least one hour since January 1. Join us for complimentary drinks, light bites and a special raffle at the Wine Thief Bistro in Mt. Airy. To enter the raffle, just fill out a ticket for every hour you have volunteered since the beginning of the year and drop it in the box in the office.The Wine Thief is located at 7152 German-The Waldorf School of Philadelphia town Avenue near FitLife. 7500 Germantown Avenue Eagles II Building FREE BABYSITTING provided at the school. Please RSVP to Philadelphia, PA19119 office@philadelphiawaldorf.org 215.248.1662 www.philadelphiawaldorf.org
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