The 2 day weekend event is free and includes arts & crafts, vendors, Ye Ole Fairy Shoppe, the Cupcake Cafe, a Fairy Garden Contest, Tea with Miss Jackson Crossroads, Stories in the Forest with JDL, carriage rides, dancing fairies and performances by the Fairy Festival Players. Walk through the Fairy Kingdom and explore the dark mountain. Meet a Knight! and New this year – Neverland with Captain Hook and his ship. On Saturday, visit with the only surviving unicorn and on Sunday walk through a Butterfly Garden! So much imaginary fun. Plan to stay all day and have lunch in the Fairy Bistro! (Subway Sandwiches)
Dancing Fairies at 12:15 and 1:45
What Happened After Once Upon a Time by the Fairy Festival Players at 3:15 PM
Visit with the Unicorn on Saturday!
Dancing Fairies at 2:00 and 3:15 PM
What Happened After Once Upon a Time by the Fairy Festival Players at 12:45 PM
The play featuring the Fairy Festival Players are theater students at Jackson School of the Arts. The play is written by Alexi Alfieri and is produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver, Colorado.
Walk through the Butterfly House!
Create a Fairy Garden for hundreds of people to see. Your garden will be a part of the most magical event of the year and on display during the Twilight Fairy Gala, April 21 and the Annual Fairy Festival, April 22 and 23. A panel of judges will select winners in each of the categories.
There is no entry fee. Registration form and more information.
In celebration of the 1oth Annual Fairy Festival, we have planned the most incredible Twilight Fairy Gala you can imagine. The whole evening will be magical and the end of the evening “surprise” will BE AMAZING! The Twilight Fairy Gala is a ticketed event that allows guests to visit the Fairy Kingdom ahead of the weekend crowds. Tickets are $25 per person and include a light catered meal and dessert, dancing, a craft activity, a performance and more magic than you can imagine. All children go home with a t-shirt and gift bag. This special event is a fundraiser for the children and the arts in support of Jackson School of the Arts’ mission. Make your reservations early as this event sells out.