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Calling all fairies – as well as regular folk

Annual Fairy Festival at Bellamy-Ferriday House

Calling all fairies, elves, gnomes, pixies, leprechauns, woodland and mystical creatures – as well as regular folk – for a day of enchantment and delight at Connecticut Landmarks’ Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden! Get your passport to the land of magic, art, and music and join us at the maypole on Saturday, May 20th from noon to 4 pm (rain date: May 21st).

Enjoy tea with a fairy godmother, and stroll along the woodland walk to build a fairy house. Visit the vendors at the craft fair and see the craft fairies. Make ribbon rings, fairy globes, magic writing, and then participate in a fairy and wizard parade! Sprinkle fairy dust on cookies at Tinkerbell’s cottage, pony rides and enjoy the entertainment in the fairy ring theater. All for one admission price!

Create your own fairy house to enter in our fairy house competition. Prizes will be awarded for both adults and children. Entry forms must be submitted by May 13th and completed houses may be delivered on Thursday or Friday, May 18th or 19th from 10 am to 5 pm. Registration required for fairy house contest, call 203.266.7596 or email bellamy.ferriday@ctlandmarks.org for application or visit www.ctlandmarks.org for entry forms and official rules.

Food & drinks will be available for purchase from the Soroptimists of Greater Waterbury. Admission is $10 per adult, $5 children (6 -12), under 6 free.

The Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden is located at 9 Main Street North, Bethlehem, CT. It is open for tours May through October.

For hours and more information, visit  www.ctlandmarks.org; https://www.facebook.com/BellamyFerridayHouseGarden; or call 203. 266.7596.

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