Folks may be surprised to learn that Fairytale Town opened its doors on August 29, 1959!
Of course you already know that…
Fairytale Town is a nonprofit family park with more than twenty three-dimensional child-size play sets based on favorite fairytales and nursery rhymes. A family of friendly animals and children’s gardens nestle in this safe and colorful place. Fairytale Town’s mission is to promote the imagination, creativity and education of children.
Yesterday they kicked off a two-week book drive.
…families bringing in a new book to Fairytale Town March 2 – March 16 will receive one free child with a paid adult admission. All books will be donated to Woodbine Elementary School here in Sacramento.
Be sure to check out their calendar as they are celebrating all year long (with a new site on the way, too!)
4 thoughts on “Fairytale Town celebrates 50”
So let me get this straight – if I go to Fairytale Town and buy one adult admission, I also get to take home a child, free of charge? Hmmm.
I doubled checked the Web site, R.A. and you are right!
In these tough economic times with no end in sight and the worst yet to come I think everyone is looking for ways to increase business.
I *actually* love Fairy Tale Town.
All about supply and demand. Someone got a good deal (or a bunch of kids “fell off the train”) on them. I’m planning on swinging by to get one (those little fingers can clean corners like nobody’s business!), but I hope they aren’t factory seconds, scratch n’ dent castoffs, etc.
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