Nov 172017

Bela Barr and Morgan Ippolito sell chef and health coach Layla Barr’s delectable treats at last year’s May Sands Montessori Holiday Bazaar. Look for Barr’s artisan baked goods and a bevy of other goodness this year’s bazaar at First Flight (301 Whitehead Street) on Friday, December 1 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. Artisans interested in selling their wares contact Jenn Staffanaci at 7328591125 or by November 28th.

Celebrate the oncoming holidays while supporting island artisans and free public Montessori education in Key West during the May Sands Montessori’s Holiday Bazaar on Friday, December 1 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm at First Flight Restaurant & Brewery, located at 301 Whitehead St.  The free event will feature Key West’s finest artisans, festive music, and delectable desserts and drinks to help invoke the spirit of the season.

The First Flight garden will be transformed into a winter wonderland with “snow” and the festive sounds of DJ Chaka, where children and adults can delight in a hot chocolate bar (spiked if desired for adults) and baked goods with all proceeds to benefit May Sands Montessori.  Santa and his elves will be on hand for holiday requests and $5 digital photos. Artisans and vendors include  chef and health coach Layla Barr and her delectable baked goods, musician and author Bucky Montgomory with his books and CDs, Costume-designer and May Sands Montessori educator Chrissy Clapp and her hand-made mermaid stockings, and a wide array of other creatives with their specialty gift items and offerings.

For more information about the bazaar or to inquire about being a vendor, contact Jenn Staffanaci at 7328591125 or May Sands Montessori is a free, lottery-based public school that is open to all children and strives to reflect the diversity of our community while guiding students in the development of curiosity, self-motivation and respect. For more information or to schedule a time to observe the Montessori model at work in the classrooms, contact Principal Lynn Barras at 305. 293.1400 x 53418 or visit

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 November 17, 2017  Posted by at 12:18 am Issue #243, Special Events, What To Do  Add comments

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