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PA Fairie Festival this Weekend!




Come see Design by Night this weekend at the Annual May Day Fairie Festival at Spoutwood Farm this weekend.

May 1st, from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
May 2nd and 3rd,  from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM each day.

Admission is $15 for people over 12, $5 for people 12 and under, and free for those 2 and under. 
A three-day pass is available for a reduced price of $30...the three day pass can also be used to get through the gates quicker, even if you are only using it for two of the days. 

For more information, visit the Sproutwood Farm website.




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