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The Annual Fairy and Gnome Festival

Date/Time

May 05, 2018
10:00 AM until 02:00 PM

Description

Put your wings on or don your pointy gnome hat and come to Oatland Island Wildlife Center for a day of nature magic at our Fairy and Gnome Festival on May 5, 2018 from 10 a.m.-2:00 p.m.  This fantastical day is all about the “wee folk”, and getting up close with the natural world and encouraging imaginative, outdoor play.  Children can forage in our forest for fairy surprises; help construct a fairy village using all natural materials;  enter in our fairy and gnome fashion show, and have fun dancing around the May pole.  There will be other whimsical activities such as face painting, games, crafts, live animal encounters and concessions.  Be sure to bring your whole family to stroll Oatland’s trails and catch a glimpse of the fairies and gnomes wandering our enchanted forest!  Cost for this fundraising event is regular admission [$5 per adult, $3 per child (4-17) ] plus some activity fees. For further information, please call Oatland Island at 912-395-1517.

Oatland Island Wildlife Center is a unit of the Savannah-Chatham County School System. The Center serves primarily as a field trip site for science studies. It features the 2 mile “Native Animal Nature Trail” that winds through maritime forest, freshwater wetlands and salt marsh habitats and links many native animal exhibits such as wolves, alligator and cougar.  The Center is located 5 miles east of Savannah, off Islands Expressway.  Oatland is open daily to the public for self guided tours from 10:00-4:00, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years. For more information visit: www.oatlandisland.org.

Cost

$5 per adult; $3 per child (4-17), military, seniors

Location

View map Oatland Island Wildlife Center
711 Sandtown Rd.
Savannah, GA

Additional Information

Phone

(912) 395-1509

Contact name

Annie Quinting

Contact email

annie.quinting@sccpss.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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