10 am to 4 pm
$9 General | $7 Military, Seniors, Students | FREE kids 12 and under
June 21 & 22
Amy began painting faeries in 1994 and hasn't stopped since. Amy works mainly in watercolors, but doesn't mind throwing in some ink, colored pencil, or whatever else she can find. There might even be a little pixie dust in there.
Grace & Victoria Evert-
The Evert Sisters have been painting faces since 2015! They have been participating in the FairyFest for several years. " It is something we look forward to doing all year," says Grace. Victoria enjoys interacting with kids the most. "The best part about being in the FairyFest is listening to children and seeing their excitement about the fairies. It definitely brings me back to when we were kids." Grace works full-time as a Receptionist Manager for a pre-owned car dealership, the largest one in the Northwest. Victoria proudly works in a freight team at a local hardware store. In their free time, the sisters enjoy spending time with their pets in the sun while gardening at their new family home as well as on family road trips. Come and visit these ladies for some amazing face paint designs!
Tara Dixon- Specialty Floral Design
For me, arranging flowers to inspire and spark joy isn’t just a talent—it’s a passion. As a professional florist for over a decade, I have gained extensive experience with a variety of flowers. From creating simple bouquets to lavish displays—and everything in between—floral artistry truly is my calling.
A childhood spent within the pages of comics and storybooks led Herb Leonahrd to a love of illustration and artists including the Pre-Raphaelites, Maxfield Parrish, Alphonse Mucha and Brian Froud. Now with a career in illustration spanning over thirty years, Herb has illustrated over fifty books and earned numerous awards and international acclaim. Clients include Tori Amos, Pelican Publishing, Omnibus Press and many more, as well as his own line of coloring and storybooks. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, son, two horses, four cats and a plethora of chickens.
Charisma Dancers -
June 22 1 - 3 pm
Charisma School of Dance began in 1998 in Lakewood, Washington. They offer ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, belly dance, musical theater and acrobatics. They accept students as young as two-and-a-half their oldest dancer is seventy three years old. Charisma regularly performs in the community and also has two major performances a year. They have company groups that compete at various dance competitions. Their staff has won numerous awards for their choreography and detail to technical training. The owner Erin Fay-Montalvo makes sure that her school environment is warm and friendly and everyone is given a chance to reach their full potential.
Twisty Dog Balloon-
June 22 12-3
Balloon Twisting for parties and events.
Upper left Boutique-
After working for a long time as a Florist and enjoying a lifetime of gardening, I made the escape into my own business, making jewelry that combined my love of flowers, plants, colors and design. Everything I make is my own original design, made with just wire, beads and my trusty needle nosed pliers. I love what I make and I love that people enjoy wearing my jewelry. I make everyday wearable art that anyone can afford!
Dot Dot Smile- Lisa Flowers
I’m Lisa Flowers! I sell DotDotSmile children’s clothes along with my husband of 22 years Robert. We have 3 young nieces that love DotDotSmile and are a big reason we decided to become merchandisers! I’m so thrilled to be at the Fairyfest with my entire inventory of DotDotSmile dresses, leggings and kick shorts. We even have some limited edition swimsuits!
DotDotSmile is a children’s clothing company from sizes 6 months to 12/14 years old. We’re known for our twirly dresses and unique limited prints.
So excited to meet you all, share the twirl and create smiles
Just Call Susan Catering
Celebratory desserts and colorful ice cream are a tradition, proclaiming that something truly special is happening. Birthdays, concerts, sports, the first day of school, the last day of school, a promotion, a finished project, a sunny day, the mountain is out, it’s Friday — there is something to be celebrated every day. That’s why Theresa and Stacie decided to open Bliss Creamery.
The sisters designed Bliss to follow their desire to be active in community. You can find their tricycles and vintage trailer with their delicious ice cream in local parks, farmers markets, fairs, festivals, events, and your parties!
Jade & Co-