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Children build fairy houses at Meerkerk Gardens

Amelie and Finn Tyler sit under a tree at Meerkerk Gardens’ annual Fairy House building festival. Below, a fairy house made of flowers, a pine cone and poppy flowers is on display.  - Photo courtesy of Joan Bell
Amelie and Finn Tyler sit under a tree at Meerkerk Gardens’ annual Fairy House building festival. Below, a fairy house made of flowers, a pine cone and poppy flowers is on display.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Joan Bell

Children of all ages gathered at Meerkerk Gardens recently to take part in the annual Fairy House building festival. Although many creations were taken home, others were left in the gardens to house the resident population of “fairies.”

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