Fairy Festival 2016
10am – 4pm
Calling all young fairies! Come celebrate summer at San Diego Botanic Garden. Wear your fairy costume or come just as you are.
Cost: Free with paid admission or membership.
Extra fee for certain activities.
Activity tickets are $1 per piece.
No adults in costumes please!
10:30 am – noon
Interactive Native Music with Marin Espinosa
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Kid Folk Music with Hullabaloo
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Take a picture with the Fairy Princess (free)
Leave your wish at the Wishing Bush (free)
Face painting (2 tickets)
10:00 am – 3:45 pm (or as long as supplies last)
Build a Fairy House from a coconut shell and a variety of dried natural materials, shells, rocks and a magic mushroom or tree cookie table. (6 tickets)
Create an enchanted Fairy Dish Garden in a bamboo basket, complete with succulent plant, stepping stones, wicker bench , shells, marble, pebbles and a diamond! (8 tickets)
Decorate a Magic Tree, made from a sola crepe ball and marble, with sequins, small flowers, rhinestones, ribbon, glitter-tulle and fairy dust to be placed in your Fairy Dish Garden or to be added to your Fairy House. (5 tickets)
Assemble a cute little Fairy Baby Doll. (3 tickets)
Adorn a lovely Fairy Baby Cradle made from a coconut shell with fabric flowers, coconut fiber, rhinestones, feathers, sequins, glitter-tulle and fairy dust. (6 tickets)
Make a beautiful Flower Fairy. (4 tickets)
Embellish a magic wand made from a palm leaf flower, with fabric flowers, ribbons, rhinestones, and fairy dust. (4 tickets
Garnish a sparkly tree cookie necklace with beads, sequins, glitter and rhinestones. (5 tickets)
Create a Natural Fairy from seedpods and other natural materials. Volunteers will help with assembling the doll. (4 tickets)
Build a Fairy Bell Chime from a small wicker wreath, bells, colorful beads, mulberry paper flowers and a tiny wooden ladybug . (5 tickets)
Paint a wooden Treasure Chest and fill or decorate it with rhinestones, sequins and pearls. (6 tickets)
Pizza and cookies served by Leucadia Pizza
Italian Ice by Rita’s
Photos: Susanne Brueckner, SDBG Staff