City of Sacramento employee
Marketing Manager at Fairytale Town
Loves midtown and being within walking distance of life.
Things will be looking Grimm at Fairytale Town for this year's Safe and Super Halloween. The fairytales of Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm will come to life for three nights of family fun on October 26, 27 and 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. Families will enjoy visiting Sleeping Beauty’s castle, walking through Little Red Riding Hood’s forest, and sneaking a peek at the Evil Queen’s Lair. Seventeen candy stations will be scattered throughout the park for trick-or-treaters to visit. The evening also features hands-on activities and a costume parade. Puppet Art Theater Company will perform “Goldilocks and the Three Sharks” in the Children’s Theater at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. Through the magic of blacklight, the audie
The ScholarShare Children's Book Festival returns for a 12th annual celebration of books, reading and childhood on September 29 and 30. The two-day Festival—the largest early childhood literacy event in the region—is free to the public, thanks to the generous support of ScholarShare College Savings Plan. The Festival features dynamic presentations from children's book authors and illustrators, storytelling performances, hands-on literacy activities, a book fair and information booths from literacy and arts organizations. “With our nursery rhyme and fairytale-themed park, Fairytale Town is the perfect place to engage children and encourage reading,” said Kathy Fleming, executive director
Fairytale Town will celebrate the completion of the Yellow Brick Road play set with two outdoor screenings of “The Wizard of Oz” on Friday, Aug. 31. The first screening at 7 p.m. will feature the classic movie plus arts and crafts activities for kids. A second screening at 10 p.m. will show the movie played along with the cult-favorite Pink Floyd album, “The Dark Side of the Moon.” Since 2009, thousands of families and individuals have immortalized their messages, dreams, special dates and memories on commemorative bricks along the Yellow Brick Road. Just as the Yellow Brick Road leads the way to Dorothy’s destination of the Emerald City in the classic movie, Fairytale Town’s Yellow Brick
Sacramento favorite Jackie Greene will return to Fairytale Town for a fourth annual benefit concert on Saturday, August 18. Taking place on the park’s Mother Goose Stage, the outdoor concert supports Fairytale Town’s education programs and park improvements. Gates will open at 6:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at www.fairytaletown.org. Concert tickets are $30 when purchased in July and $35 in August, while supplies last. Seating will be intimate and limited, similar to an outdoor music festival. Blankets are encouraged; low stadium-style chairs with legs 10-inches tall or less will be permitted. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Outsi
The Elly Award-winning Fairytale Town Troupers continue their fifth season with "Sinbad and Aladdin: The Arabian Knights!," an epic adventure filled with thrilling swordplay, monsters, mischief and magic. The show will be presented on Saturdays and Sundays, Jul. 14, 15, 21 and 22, at 12 and 1 p.m. “Sinbad & Aladdin: The Arabian Knights!” tells the lost tale of the heroic Captain Sinbad and his quest to free the beautiful Princess Scheherazade from the evil Sultan Natazz and his monstrous minions. Sinbad is joined by another famous hero—Aladdin—and together they search for a magical lamp to aide them in their adventure. "Sinbad and Aladdin: The Arabian Knights!" stars Elliott Herzer as Si