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Fairytale Town Launches Adults Only Costume Ball

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  Fairytale Town opened its gates on Thursday for a special After Hours event, the Once Upon a Night: Moonlight Costume Ball, just for adults. The event was open to adults 18 years of age and older and featured live music, a DJ, dancing, two themed bars, food and beverage, a henna artist, and more.

  Fairytale Town continues to promote the imagination, creativity and education of children as their core mission.  However, its After Hours programming will help develop an avenue to reach new audiences, and raise funds to support the park’s programs for children and families.  "So many Sacramentans remember coming to Fairytale Town as children, and hold fond memories of the park.  We want to give those who don’t have children the opportunity to return to Fairytale Town and continue having magical experiences, even without the kids," said Kathy Fleming the Executive Director.  -Fairytale Town Media Release

Welcome to Fairytale Town.


The event kicked off with a performance by Fairytale Town’s favorite belly dancers, UNMATA.


Live music was provided by The Enlows.


A fire performer with UNMATA.


President Obama gets down on the dancefloor.


A taco tries to drum up support in the Fairest of the All costume contest.


A partygoer enjoys one of the slides.


A Good Fairy gets some help with her wings.


One of the many excellent costumes at the Ball.


Tweedledee gets some henna work.


Owl’s House, one of many attractions in Fairytale Town.


DJ Matt Brys (not pictured) from Extreme Productions Entertainment kept things moving on the dancefloor.


Evil Fairy, the winner of the female Most Wicked costume contest.  All costume contest winners received a gift bag filled with goodies.


The runner-up of the female Most Wicked costume contest.


Poison Ivy?


Victory for The Steampunks in the Best Group costume contest.

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