In addition to the choral, instrumental, classroom music, and art instruction as part of our regularly scheduled curriculum, St. Paul's students may also participate in full length plays and/or musicals, seasonal concerts, grade-specific Drama Presentation 9-4-12productions/presentations,  art & music festivals, as well as community productions (as hosted by the Embassy Theater and/or Performing Arts Center).  This fall the Windy City Players from Chicago, IL came to St. Paul's to perform "Beauty and the Beast" for the students.  It was a great performance and the students enjoyed being part of the interactive audience!

One noteworthy "fine arts experience" which deserves special recognition is our children's Christmas Eve service, held annually (December 24th, 7:00 p.m.).  A significant amount of rehearsal time & preparation is spent from the week after Thanksgiving until the students are dismissed for Christmas vacation.  This service has become a Fort Wayne treasure/tradition over the past century, since the first singing of "The Ungemach".  This service is truly a gift of music offered by our children, giving "glory to God in the highest!" 

A rather new tradition, made possible through the PTL, is the One Book, One School experience.  Undertaken in the fall, One School, One Book is a program designed to create a shared reading experience within the entire St. Paul's community. A chapter book is chosen, every family in St. Paul's receives a copy, and every family reads that book at home over the course of a single month. BallerinaActivities at St. Paul's coordinate, promote and enrich the shared reading experience.  The students enjoy sharing this unique reading experience!  

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