Articles by Lori Bledsoe
Families of fay folk gather in the gardens at Summers Past to present their best gardens and dress for the annual Fairy Festival. The colors of springtime sprang with the floral displays abounding along the grounds and in the tiny fairy gardens that in their meticulous miniaturation depicts the beauty of creativity and art.
This event grows every year and more and more enjoy the fantasy of wings and wands, coupled with floaty fabric fluttering by.
On June 1, starting at 11 a.m. the Alpine Historical Society opened their doors to the Alpine Museum Grounds to everyone, to enjoy a day that harkened back into Alpine’s colorful history. On display was the newly donated and renovated buggy, Sophrina Nichols home along with the carriage house in the back was opened for perusal. Homemade chili, salads, bread, drinks and ice cream sundaes were served and the awards for the annual third grade essay contest were announced.