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Fun at the First Annual Frosted Fairy Fest

Simone Ellenbaum paints her fairy house at the first annual Frosted Fairy Fest on January 25.
Simone Ellenbaum paints her fairy house at the first annual Frosted Fairy Fest on January 25.

Nine tiny fairies wearing wings and tiaras gathered at the edge of the enchanted Cumberland Terrace woods for the first annual Frosted Fairy Fest on January 25. The fairies began their indoor day of play by coloring wearable elf ears. Then they painted and decorated flowerpot fairy houses and mystical toadstools to place in their gardens this spring. The fairies played Pass the Wishing Rock and Cross the Moat before sipping nectar from china teacups and enjoying a delightful snack of grapes and berries.

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Des Plaines Park District January 28, 2014 at 12:19 PM
All fairy princesses are invited to the Father and Daughter Royal Ball on February 15.

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