The Robert Muller School of Fairview will hold its fourth annual Summer Solstice and Harvest Festival, from 6 to 9 p.m., June 20, on six pastoral acres. This is the perfect opportunity for families to bring a picnic supper, blanket and relax under the trees.
Family-style activities include drumming circle, dancing and crafts, and some may wish to join in the harvesting of the school’s organic garden, filled with potatoes, onions, corn, beans, squash, cherry tomatoes and peppers.
Guests will feel refreshed and invigorated after an evening of relaxed sharing with new friends while communing with nature. A soul-satisfying time-out for adults, it’s also an opportunity to enjoy seeing how children flourish embraced by community and immersed in nature.
The Robert Muller School, founded by teacher Vicki Johnston in 1986 as the expression of a life dream, is committed to education for heart/whole brain brilliance nature’s way—the child embraced by nature and community.
Admission is free. Location: 340 Country Club Rd., Fairview TX. For more information or to RSVP, call 214-544-8338.