The 2nd Annual Faerie and Labyrinth Festival 2019
Come and experience another magical day of workshops, story telling & presentations on faerie culture! Explore the Otto Labyrinth Park and Mountain Valley Center with it’s serene creeks and trails throughout the property, and take a walk through the nationally certified Faerie Forest. Last year was such a precious time for all of us!
You can also take part in holistic and mindful workshops and presentations throughout the day, also, stay as long as you like. If you would like to teach or present please reach out we are very limited on spots! Camping is free for any vendors and volunteers (See More Details Below)
You can also help support some of the best artists in our region via their vendor booths and wonderful wares! Some of them will be offering D.I.Y (Do it yourself) Faerie Craft Workshops at their booths as well for all ages.
* Cost is Donation Based at entry and the event has activities for the whole family! Face Painting, Faerie Arts and Crafts, Treasure Hunts, Games, Historical Tales & More! *
Hosted at the Otto Labyrinth Park and Mountain Valley Center, and your donations go to benefit & preserve this
beautiful land, Labyrinth, and certified Faerie Forest.
Vending cost is $55
(if you vended last year please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your $10 off!)
We can’t wait to see you and we will update presenters, vendors, and schedules as we go along.
Camping: If you would like to camp that Friday or Saturday evening to help you set up or break down, you are more than welcome to! We ask you to have a Leave No Trace mentality and take out any garbage or belongings with you. We are trying to keep this magnificent land looking better than ever, so please help us honor that. Thank you in advance!
Stay Tuned, & Three Cheers for the Faeries! (Directions Listed Below)
Otto Labyrinth Park and Mountain Valley Center
43 Shambala Way,
Otto, North Carolina 28763
Half way between Atlanta, GA and Asheville, NC, we are an easy drive from both! Just 3 miles north of Dillard, Georgia, and 7 miles south of Franklin, NC. See
Mountain Valley Center, Otto, NC