On September 13, 2023

Vermont Fairy Tale Festival returns to Killington, Saturday


Saturday, Sept.16—SHERBURNE—The Vermont Fairy Tale Festival is a unique event that showcases the work of Vermont’s public libraries. Each library that participates sponsors a booth dedicated to a specific fairy tale. These booths become immersive worlds where families can step into the pages of their favorite stories. From puppet shows to engaging crafts, each booth offers a unique and interactive experience for festival-goers. Admission is free, but don’t forget to bring a non-perishable item for donation.

Participating Libraries and their themes

Poultney Public Library: ‘Harry Potter’

Step into the magical world of Harry Potter at the Poultney Public Library booth. Experience the wonder of Hogwarts as you embark on a journey filled with spells, potions, and adventures.

Cavendish Fletcher Community Library:
‘Enchanted Forest’

Enter the mystical realm of the Enchanted Forest at the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library booth. Discover mythical creatures, hidden treasures, and the power of nature in this captivating fairy tale setting.

Martha Canfield Library, Arlington: ‘Nevermore Academy’

Explore the dark and mysterious halls of Nevermore Academy at the Martha Canfield booth. Uncover the secrets of this haunted school and embrace the thrill of the unknown.

Jeudevine Memorial: ‘Little Red Riding Hood’

Follow the trail through the woods and encounter the big bad wolf at the Jeudevine Memorial booth. Join Little Red Riding Hood on her daring journey and learn the importance of bravery and wit.

Champlain Islands Libraries: ‘Star Wars’

Travel to a galaxy far, far away at the Champlain Islands Libraries booth. Immerse yourself in the epic world of Star Wars and join the battle between the light and dark sides of the Force.

Brandon Library: ‘Gnomes (Nature Crowns)’

Enter the whimsical world of gnomes at the Brandon Library booth. Discover the magic of nature and create your own nature crown to wear as you explore the festival.

Castleton Library: ‘Make Way for Ducklings’

Dive into the heartwarming tale of a duck family’s journey at the Castleton Library booth. Join Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings as they navigate the bustling city streets in search of a new home.

Barnet Library: ‘Peter Rabbit’

Hop into the charming world of Peter Rabbit at the Barnet Library booth. Join Peter and his friends on their mischievous adventures in Mr. McGregor’s garden.

Swanton Public Library: ‘Gingerbread Man’

Embark on a sweet and thrilling adventure with the Gingerbread Man at the Swanton Public Library booth. Follow his daring escape from various pursuers and learn the importance of quick thinking.

Dorset Village Library: ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’

Set sail on a swashbuckling adventure with Captain Jack Sparrow at the Dorset Village Library booth. Join the crew and search for hidden treasures on the high seas.

Highgate Library and Community Center: ‘Peter Pan’

Fly away to Neverland with Peter Pan and his friends at the Highgate Library and Community Center booth. Embark on a magical journey filled with pirates, fairies, and eternal youth.

Sherburne Memorial Library, killington

In addition to the library booths, the Vermont Fairy Tale Festival offers a range of activities and attractions to delight festival-goers of all ages. This year, the festival welcomes back the Vikings with their encampment, training, and activities. While the event is family-friendly, please note that the live steel sword fighting may not be suitable for smaller children.

For more information call 802-422-9765 or visit the Facebook pages of the Vermont Fairy Tale Festival and Vermont Viking Invasion.

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