Meet Our Food Court Vendors!
Æsir Meadery will be providing tasty orange-lemon and other meads to quench thy thirst at Fairyblossom. Bring your flagon and have a drink!
Located in Everett, WA, Æsir Meadery specializes in hand-crafted meads
Aesir Meadery is a #CouponFairy Vendor. You can get a free mead tasting in the Food Court with our coupon book.
CJ’s Roasting will be joining our food court this summer providing you with delicious, hickory-smoked, 1 lb. turkey legs – the hallmark of every faire and festival! In addition, they’ll have medium roast coffee in the mornings, hot apple-cider, soda and other beverages to keep you going throughout the day.
Heritage Living Foods THRIVE foods are convenient, healthy, and cost effective. They’ll change the way you think about mealtime. Freeze dried snacks, meals, spices and more!
Join our Stone Soup Community Potluck!
The Fairyblossom Festival is proud to be a supporter of the Labels for Education program. Bring a can of soup with your ticket purchase and save!
We will be donating all a labels to Cascade Elementary School in Chehalis, and all soup to the local Soup Kitchen!Come one, come all!
Bring your spoon, your friends and a tasty morsel and the Cold Iron Creamery will stew up some delicious Stone Soup right on sight.
Pearl onions and crisp celery, baby carrots, red radishes and white mushrooms. Stirring it all together, simmering into a savory broth we’ll add the very last ingredient…our very own magical fairy stone!
What: Stone Soup Feast & Community Potluck
When: Saturday, June 20, 7:30 p.m.
Accept Your Royal Invite Here!
If you plan on attending the banquet and/or contributing a dish please fill out the form below. This will help us with seating and table headcount. NOTE: It isn’t required that you bring a dish but in the spirit of community we ask that you bring what you can – ALL are welcome no matter what!
Trestle tables, tangled roots, jeweled piles of Fairy fruits
Where Mice confer with Toads and Foxes, while Bumblebees repair your sockses.”
–The Fairy Market by Charles Van Sandwyk