Fairytale Town Children’s Book Festival- Free Admission on Sept. 24th and 25th and win a pair of passes for another day!

Fairytale Town is an amusement park that turns nursery rhymes into a real-life playground. Children of all ages can enjoy the park and let their imaginations run wild… if you haven’t been to Fairytale town in a while- make a plan to visit soon.

And, if you have a child who loves stories as much as playing- then mark your calendars for September 24th and 25th for the Scholar Share Children’s Book Festival. Admission is FREE into the park and there will be opportunities to meet some great authors (Kristi Yamaguchi is one of the featured authors!), enjoy some “hands-on” literacy activities, story-telling performances…and of course- play.

This is a great event to get our children excited about reading!
If you can’t make it to the book festival and would like to visit Fairytale Town on another day, make a comment on this article and one lucky reader will win a pair of passes.  Drawing will be held next Wednesday, Sept. 21st.  Good Luck!

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4 thoughts on “Fairytale Town Children’s Book Festival- Free Admission on Sept. 24th and 25th and win a pair of passes for another day!

  1. I have fun memories of FairyTale town. The crooked mile and especially a picture of a toddler sibling sitting inside the hippo’s mouth (water fountain)!

  2. We love Fairytale Town, it so much fun to go down Owl’s slide, run the crooked road and play in Sherwood Forest.
    Hope we win the tickets

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