This year’s May Faire, held Friday, May 4, featured something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Sounds wedding-related, doesn’t it?
In fact, the “new” element this year was “King Arthur’s Wedding,” a new play written and directed by Dennis Demanett and performed by the Sixth Grade. The weather was pleasant, the flowers were stunning (including some lovely blue ones here and there), and the Maypole Dancing (an ancient tradition) exquisite. What a wonderful celebration of the season. Some of the photos were taken with a borrowed camera….
Here’s a selection of photos from the day, most of them taken by PWS parent Ken Wallace. Be patient, it takes the slide show a while to load, but once it gets going, it’s worth the wait!