Spend and Evening with Folk and Fairy Tales
April 11, 2006
TORRINGTON, WY - Folk and Fairy Tales, as their titles imply, tell stories of magic, of things that can fly. Of princes and evils and spells to decry; Of fairies and dragons and plots gone awry.
In the forest enchanted and wild and trees and castles and fairies beguiled. The Snow Queen will spin a tale through and thru, while we sup on Stix and Stones and Fairy Cake, too.
Spend an evening enchanted, where you will meet Tellers of tales, Jacobs, Perrault and Anderson, neat! Let us not forget those famous Brothers Grimm, at the EWC Library April 22, 6:30 p.m. This event is free to the public.
For children at heart, five years old and up must bring their own parents, but no little pups! Feel free to mystically appear as yourself or any other creature, including an elf.
This is a continuation of the EWC Library's Spend an Evening series. This program is designed for the younger audience; however there will be a round table discussion for adults.
For more information please contact the EWC Library at 307.532.8311.