- Fairytale stories come to life on May 18, 19 and 20 -
TORONTO, May 13, 2013 /CNW/ - On May 18, 19, 20 enjoy family fairytale fun at Toronto's largest outdoor living history museum. Bring your eye patches and tiaras and celebrate the stories of Cinderella, Peter Pan and Rapunzel. Participate in pirate workshops and prince and princess etiquette lessons. Join Cinderella's Ball, search for Captain Hook's treasure and make some crafts.
Storytime with Debra Hale - Listen to timeless tales of Cinderella, Peter Pan and Rapunzel.
Interact with lively characters such as Cinderella, Captain Hook, Rapunzel, Prince Charming and more.
Cinderella's Ball - Join in with all the characters at the most popular Ball in the Village.
Pirate Workshop- Learn to walk and talk like a pirate..."arrrggh".
Enjoy a Village Wide Treasure Hunt and make a royal crown craft or eye patch craft to take home.
Fairytale Family Tea - Join Cinderella, her evil stepsister, Rapunzel and Captain Hook for a Fairytale Family Tea. These charismatic characters will visit you at your table to share a smile, pose for photos, and sign an autograph book (given out upon arrival). At the end of your meal, you can follow these friendly characters in a Pirate and Princess Parade out into the Village for many fun activities. Pre-registration for the Family Tea is required, please call 416-667-6295. Fairytale Family Tea starts at 10am each morning (Village opens at 11am).
Prices for Family Tea: $21.95* for Members (2 and under are free)
$24.95* for Non-Members (2 and under are free)
*Price includes a meal for those 3 and up, admission to the historic Village and parking. Price does not include HST or gratuity.
Where: Black Creek Pioneer Village, Gallery, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Toronto
About Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village is Toronto's premier outdoor living history museum, located at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Toronto. Visitors can explore heritage homes and buildings restored to re-create an 1860s Ontario village. Historic interpreters in period dress demonstrate how villagers lived, worked and played. The Village hosts learning programs and special events that highlight local heritage and culture. The tranquil setting, rural landscapes, heritage gardens and period farm animal breeds make Black Creek Pioneer Village the perfect place to break out of the modern world and journey into the past. Located in north Toronto, Black Creek Pioneer Village is owned and operated by Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA). Black Creek Pioneer Village acknowledges support from the City of Toronto, the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Culture, The Living City Foundation and the public. For more information please visit www.blackcreek.ca.
SOURCE: Black Creek Pioneer Village
For further information:
Public Relations, Black Creek Pioneer Village
416-661-6600 ext 5632 firstname.lastname@example.org