Join Us For These Special Events!

List of 39 events.

  • Sep
    20

    Visiting Speaker: Kim John Payne

    Building Real Connections in the Age of Screens' Sovereignty (Media)
    High School Big Room
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  • Sep
    28

    Michaelmas Pageant

    Festivities begin on the Pine Hill campus with the Michaelmas Pageant, followed by games & potluck picnic, then wrapping up with a family Barn Dance in the Big Room on the high school campus.
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  • Sep
    28

    Barn Dance

    Students, faculty and staff welcome in the new school year with a traditional barn dance including caller, fiddler and piano player. Free Admission!
  • Oct
    6

    Milford Great Pumpkin Festival

    Visit our booth on the Community House Lawn during the Great Pumpkin Festival on the Milford Oval!
  • Oct
    13

    Rob Mermin of Circus Smirkus Presents: "Mime and Space"

    Mime and Space: Marcel Marceau & Etienne Decroux. Rare documentary film footage of the masters performing, teaching and speaking is accompanied by live demonstration and personal anecdotes.
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    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Oct
    14

    Rob Mermin of Circus Smirkus Presents: "Silents are Golden"

    Silents are Golden: Entertainment from the era of silent cinema with a dazzling array of clips from 100 silent films.
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    Wilton Town Hall Theatre
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  • Oct
    20

    Storybook Walk at Pine Hill

    Created for preschoolers by High Mowing School’s own early childhood teachers, this annual event features subtle surprises along a forested path. These carefully crafted vignettes are home to fairies, gnomes, animals, jugglers, and gentle storybook characters.

    Families taking the walk will hear stories, participate in small activities, and receive treasures along the way -- with a final stop at the baker’s for a cookie.

    Children are welcome to wear their own costumes as part of High Mowing’s “Halloween in good cheer” celebration.
    Pine Hill campus
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  • Oct
    26

    Junior Play -- Macbeth

    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Oct
    27

    High School Admissions Open House

    Join us to learn more about High Mowing School. Get a taste of the curriculum, meet teachers, explore the campus and ask your questions! Call (603) 654-9408 x103 or email admissions@highmowing.org.
  • Nov
    3

    Flying Gravity Circus

    Local youth circus troupe performs.

    All ages, suggested donation
    Pine Hill Auditorium
  • Nov
    8

    Grade 7 Play

    7th Grade presents their play in the evening
    auditorium
  • Nov
    11

    Music on the Hill Concert Series: Love and Enlightenment

    More info at www.highmowing.org/concertseries

    A musical tale of love and enlightenment featuring Vocal and Chamber music, and Serenades and Divertimenti, from the Classical and Romantic periods with works by Mozart, Haydn, Schubert and Brahms.
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Nov
    18

    Autism: the challenge of a human spectrum condition and reconnection

    Constantin Court, Director of Practical Skills Therapeutic Education, the Ruskin Mill Teacher Training and formerly lead teacher at the Brantwood School, UK for children with special needs will speak. Open to public. A donation will be asked for at the door.
    Big Room, High School Campus
  • Nov
    19

    Sensory integration, social challenge and self-realization for people with and without special needs

    Aonghus Gordon and Constantin Court of the Ruskin Mill Trust, UK will speak. Open to public. A donation will be asked for at the door.
    Big Room, High School Campus
  • Nov
    30

    Holiday Fair Shopping Evening

    We hold one of the largest holiday fairs in the region at Pine Hill. It is a magical festival offering live music, artisan crafts, refreshments and children's activities (on Saturday). More details coming.

    Friday night is an adult-only night with shopping, music and a cafe.

    Free admission
    Pine Hill campus
  • Dec
    1

    Holiday Fair

    We hold one of the largest holiday fairs in the region at Pine Hill. It is a magical festival offering live music, artisan crafts, refreshments and children's activities (on Saturday). More details coming.

    Admission is free.
    Pine Hill campus
  • Dec
    8

    HMS Nativity

    Join us for a much-loved High Mowing tradition created by our founder, Mrs. Emmet. 

    Cast members arrive at 3:30pm
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  • Dec
    9

    HMS Nativity

    We have scheduled a special performance this year on Sunday, at 3:30pm, especially suited for younger children. The evening performance on Sunday at 8 pm is held with quiet reverence.

    Cast members arrive at 2pm
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  • Dec
    9

    HMS Nativity

    We have scheduled a special performance this year on Sunday, at 3:30pm, especially suited for younger children. The evening performance on Sunday at 8 pm is held with quiet reverence.

    Cast members: Arrive at 6:45 pm for costumes.
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  • Dec
    21

    PH Shepherds Play

    Enjoy a humorous musical rendition of the shepherds' visit to newborn Jesus. Performed in the Oberufer Island of the Danube since the 16th century, the Shepherds Play is a long-time tradition in Waldorf schools around the world.
  • Jan
    9

    Compassionate Parenting 6-week Class Begins

    Come to this workshop series to learn new skills to support your parenting in immediate and practical ways. Join Sherry Jennings for this Compassionate Parenting Course.

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  • Jan
    15

    Optimum Nutrition with Dr M Witalis

    Optimum Nutrition for School-Age Children: An exploration of how what, when, and how much we eat is a key factor in everyone's overall well-being, particularly children. Adults only.
     
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Jan
    26

    Concert: In The Garden of Affections

    Works by Alessandro Scarlatti

    This concert is part of the 2018-19 Music on the Hill Concert Series led by music teacher Andrew Koutroubas PH'08.
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Feb
    1

    Sophomore Play -- Evening Performance

    The sophomores traditionally perform a tragedy. "Shell-shocked," written by six class members, takes on sexual orientation and the challenging social climate around this theme in the 1970s. Appropriate for ages 12 and older; check with Colleen O'Connors (coconnors@highmowing.org) if you have questions.
  • Feb
    15

    The Hilltop Circus and the Case of the Missing Candy!

    Join us at the Pine Hill 7th and 8th Grade's Hilltop Circus! Middle-schoolers put on a show to be remembered with juggling, unicycles, and more! Free admission; free bag of popcorn with can donation for Wilton Food Pantry


    Can't make it? LIVESTREAM on Saturday at 10:30 am -- watch it live on the website at www.pinehill.org/circus 
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Feb
    16

    The Hilltop Circus and the Case of the Missing Candy!

    Join us at the Pine Hill 7th and 8th Grade's Hilltop Circus! Middle-schoolers put on a show to be remembered with juggling, unicycles, and more! Free admission; free bag of popcorn with can donation for Wilton Food Pantry


    LIVESTREAM -- watch it live on the website at www.pinehill.org/circus 
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Feb
    21

    Freshman Play

    Join us for th 9th grade play
    Big Room
  • Mar
    15

    The Bookery Presentation: Connected - Friend or Foe?

    Join us at The Bookery in Manchester to discuss the impact of media in building connections
    The Bookery, Manchester
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  • Mar
    24

    Music on the Hill Concert Series: Folk Music of the World

    This concert is part of the 2018-19 Music on the Hill Concert Series led by music teacher Andrew Koutroubas PH'08. For more information, visit highmowing.org/concertseries
    High Mowing Big Room
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  • Apr
    23

    High School Admissions Open House

    Join us to learn more about High Mowing School. Get a taste of the curriculum, meet teachers, explore the campus and ask your questions! Pre-register by clicking on the Register link or call (603) 654-9408 x103 or email admissions@highmowing.org.
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  • Apr
    23

    High School Open House

    Are you considering High Mowing School for high school?  Please join us for our Spring Open House, on  April 24, 9:30-11:30.  During that time you can learn more about our school and Waldorf education, take a tour of the school, attend a class, and enjoy a snack from our dining room.  Please pre-register.
  • Apr
    25

    Walk through Grades 1-8 Curriculum

    A Walk Through The Grades For Parents, Grandparents, Friends & Community
  • Apr
    26

    Spring Musical - The Fantasticks

    Join us for our much-anticipated annual Spring Musical. Performed at Pine Hill Waldorf School. $12/adults, $8/students and senior citizens (with ID).
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • Apr
    27

    May Day

    Come to High Mowing's beautiful hilltop campus to celebrate Spring with Maypole dancing, live music and seasonal merriment for all ages! For more information and the schedule of the day, visit our May Day page. Stay for the much-anticipated annual Spring Musical  at 7:30 pm, performed at Pine Hill Waldorf School.

    Free admission; all ages welcome
    High Mowing School
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  • Apr
    27

    Spring Musical - The Fantasticks

    Join us for our much-anticipated annual Spring Musical. Performed at Pine Hill Waldorf School. $12/adults, $8/students and senior citizens (with ID).
    Pine Hill Auditorium
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  • May
    31

    8th Grade Play

  • Jun
    2

    Senior Expo

    Seniors present their capstone projects to the community.
    Science & Technology Building
  • Jun
    6

    Senior Play

    The crowning performance of the Senior class -- the Senior Play: Museum.
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  • Jun
    7

    Senior Play

    The crowning performance of the Senior class -- the Senior Play: Museum
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