A reminder that Fable Fest in Cedar Park is around the corner — Saturday, October 1, from noon to 5pm, at Elizabeth Milburn Park, 1901 Sun Chase Blvd. Festival Events include: the Cobblestone Market Arts & Crafts Vendors, Carnival Games & Rides for Kids and Teens, Maypole Dance, Arts & Crafts Activities, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides and Train Rides, Live Performances by the Penfold Theatre Company and LISD Students, Jousting and Archery Demonstrations, Pied Piper Costume Parade, The Pig’s Pub Food & Beverage Area, and Musical Performances by the Band of the Hills and the Barony of Bryn Gwlad.
All proceeds from Fable Fest benefit the Cedar Park Public Library Brought to you by the Cedar Park Public Library Foundation.
Well deserved love for Cedar Park Public Library, Pauline, the Summer Reading Program, and Miss Jane. Happy 30th birthday, CPPL! And don’t miss FableFest , the Cedar Park Library Foundation’s annual fundraiser on October 1, 2011.
The Cedar Park Public Library Foundation will host its 2nd annual Fable Fest at the Heritage Oak Park, 875 Quest Parkway, on Saturday, October 9th from 1-5 p.m. Here’s the invite:
Join us as we celebrate timeless literary stories through drama, performing arts, music, visual artistry, and storytelling. There are approximately 24 activity booths and a myriad of entertaining events. Some of the activities include: Dragon slayers; cannonball combat; dragon breath; gypsies tales; a jester court; enchanted pond; kiss the frog; and arts and crafts vendors. Entertainment includes storytelling by Mother Goose and therapy dogs, the maypole dance, catapult, live theatrical performance by Way Off Broadway and Penfold theatre, live music provided by the Band of the Hills, fencing and archery demonstration, actual jousting with horses, a medieval dance, and a pied piper costume parade provided by the Society of Creative Anachronism and Black Eagle Castle. The Fable Fest is an annual fundraiser for the Library Foundation to support the mission of the Library in promoting literacy and encouraging life-long learning. Tickets for the various activities range mostly from $1-$3 each. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume but this is not required.