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Farmington Faerie Gathering
The Second annual Farminton Faerie Gathering is scheduled for February 14 - 16, 2013.
The gathering includes:
Faerie Door Scavenger Hunt: Feb 14 - 16th Adult hunt and childrens hunt. Find the faerie doors at participating merchants collect clues to complete your play card and enter it to win prizes.
Faerie Fayre: Inside the Village Mall on Feb 16th. Visit the shops and faeire vendors, face painting and activities.
Downtown Merchant Activities
Victorian Lace Elegance: Guess the number of tea bags in the jar
The Sacred Sage: Free faerie oracle card readings and visit the Faerieland Diorama
The Vines: Make your own faerie crown
Tre Sorelle: Make your own faerie bracelete
Rose Garden Faerie Tea: Inside the Village Mall. Two seatings; 1pm and 3pm includes tea, treats, and faerie entertainment and a visit with the 2012 Faerie Queen. pre-paid reservations $10 248-474-4690
Ginger's Cafe Faerie Tea: Feb 15th Herbal teas, Sparkling juice,faerie tea sandwiches, scones, mini magical cupcakes. pre-paid reservations $21.95 248-987-6551
The Sun, Moon & Stars Faerie Ball: February 16th 8 pm at Grand Celebrations 21 and over. Enjoy open bar, DJ, appatizers, dancing, costume contest to elect Faerie King and Queen of the ball and lots of faerie fun! $25
More information on our web site: www.farmingtonfaerieGathering.com
Or Call: 248-987-2191
|Where||Farmington Downtown Development Authority 33316 Grand River Ave, Farmington, MI 48336|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Farmington Downtown Development Authority
Housed in a historic downtown building, the Farmington Downtown Development Authority is headquarters for all downtown activities. The DDA manages four large events during the years: Art on the Grand in June, Farmington Area Founders Festival in July, Harvest Moon in October and Holly Days in December. The DDA is responsible for the Farmington Farmers and Artisans Market, which is open in the Walter E. Sundquist Farmington Pavilion and Riley Park from May through November. In addition, the DDA administers the Main Street downtown revitalization program, which marshals an army of volunteers who assisted in development of the Streetscape project and continue to promote the central business district.