Families to Create Fairy Houses for Ontario Pathways

This example of a fairy house can inspire families to create their own for Ontario Pathways.

Families have the chance to be creative and be safe outside this summer by contributing and visiting a Community Fairy Garden. The Gorham Free Library and Ontario Pathways created a special fairy mound and secret path for everyone to enjoy. The collaboration is part of the library’s summer reading program, Imagine Your Story. Since the theme is all about imagination, residents are invited to make and bring a fairy house to the Stanley trailhead for Ontario Pathways. Fairy houses will be on the mound from June 1 to July 31.

Trails are for non-motorized use. Walkers, hikers, bikers, and horseback riders are welcome. Trails are open dawn to dusk. Parking is provided. Please wear a mask.

DIY fairy house construction tips are available on YouTube thanks to Livingston County 4-H. YouTube: FLX 4-H Learning Launchpad.
For information on prizes and the reading program, contact Ruth Freier at GorhamLibraryDirector@owwl.org or 585-526-6655.For information on Ontario Pathways use OntarioPathways.org or voice mail 585-234-7722.

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