Faeries Return to Greensboro for Summer Solstice Festival


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Photos courtesy Summer Solstice Festival

Join the 8,000 attendees who flock to the Greensboro Arboretum to enjoy a wondrous family-friendly event on Saturday, June 17 with the Summer Solstice Festival. Prepare to be dazzled with eclectic world music, a parasol/puppet parade, a riveting drum circle and a fire finale. For 12 years, the faeries have sprinkled magic on Lindley Park, bringing together people of all colors, ages and interests to celebrate the longest day of the year. More than 100 local entrepreneurs will set up shop to display their art, promote their businesses and educate the public at this Earth-centered, volunteer-driven celebration. Faeries in Greensboro

According to festival organizers, the faeries are most grateful to the citizens of the Triad for their ongoing support of the most creative event in the land. The festival's focus is to highlight local entrepreneurs and talent so that they may continue to prosper and revitalize our community. The Solstice Dream Team strives to delivers a magical memory for thousands of children and adults who are delighted to engage in an inclusive experience. Wander through our Mid Summer Night’s dream, sipping libations and tasting the culinary gifts that await you. It is a festival of good will and creative genius. Be a part of the magic.

Admission is $5, and the event will be held from 2 to 10 p.m. Dogs are not allowed. For more information, visit greensborosummersolstice.com.

 

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