Visitors to the were treated to a magical fairy tale land with princesses, fairy tale characters and theatrical presentations Saturday during, "Fairy Tales: A Grimm Celebration."
The event, now in its second year, raises funds for the educational programs at the Ford House, Public Relations Director Anne Fitzpatrick said.
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"There's a lot more for kids to do," Fitzpatrick said.
Pony rides and a petting zoo were popular additions to this year's celebration too.
Performance art still abounded with story telling, dancing and singing on multiple stages through out the ethereal grounds where childhood stories were brought to life with live actors in fabulous costumes.
Fitzpatrick said more than 2000 tickets were sold this year and organizers are already considering themes for next year's production.