Fairy Festival

WHEN: Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 10:00AM - 3:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Mansion

YES THE FAIRY FESTIVAL IS STILL ON TODAY!! COME ON OUT TO PLAY!
Blithewold’s 4th Annual Fairy Festival is the day to rejoice in the return of fragrance and beauty to the landscape. Join us for this spring play-day for all ages. Absorb the sights, sounds, and smells of Blithewold’s Gardens during Daffodil Days.
Fairy costumes encouraged!


Schedule of Events

Fairy House Building: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fairy Detectives! Tour: 2:15 p.m.
Fairy Story Times: 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
“Ladies of the Rolling Pin” Performance: 1 p.m.
Ocean State Dance: Ballet Performance- time TBD
Dance Around the May Pole: Ongoing
Fairy Crafts: Ongoing
Picnicking: Ongoing
Plant Sale (with plants from Peckham’s greenhouse): Ongoing. Grow your own fairy garden!
Music/ MC by Mary King
Entertainment by Everett Hoag


Food
Del's     Lemonade                                                                                                                                                  Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

Food Trucks- Paco's Tacos
And much more!

FREE with regular Mansion admission


    From Our Blog

  • Serving up a feast (Jul 25, '14)
    Whenever anyone asks, “When is the best time to visit Blithewold?” Gail and I usually run through a list that includes spring for the daffodils, early summer for the roses and Rock Garden, and late summer and fall to see the Idea Gardens in their full glory.┬áBut now I wish I could go back and […]
  • On formality and fine tuning (Jul 18, '14)
    Mother Nature dumped almost three more inches of rain on Blithewold this week and the gardens responded by growing with an exuberance bordering on, and even crossing over the line to loose, lush informality. I have a hard time defining formality when it comes to gardens though I’m sure I know it when I see […]
  • Mid-summer shift (Jul 11, '14)
    The gardens are going through a bittersweet transition from June’s hurrah to a mid-summer huzzah, and although we sometimes experience a “July gap,” the shift seems pretty seamless this year. Delicate oxeye daisies gave way almost overnight to beefy Shastas, echinaceas, and rudbeckias. Sturdy summer phlox are taking over, as we speak, for the elegance […]
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