Visitors are always welcomed to Woodland Fairy Village with acorn cups brimming with morning dew and fairy cakes sprinkled with a magic powder said to wipe out short term memory.
Woodland Fairy Village is known for its quiet, reflective and thoughtful way of life. Inhabitants spend most of their time day-dreaming, gardening, or collecting treasures. They take napping very seriously and never miss the opportunity to fly high up a tree and watch the sunset. Visitors describe the energy in the village as calm, unhurried and leisurely. (However, visitors are not allowed to visit on the first evening of every month when the energy is quiet different…)
Woodland Fairy Village is home to “The Woodland Market” which is held each month (at twilight) where various goods are sold. Fruit, crockery, trinkets and musical instruments can be found in abundance for sale or exchange. Skilled shoemakers fly in from far-away villages to sell one-of-a-kind designs to the most fortunate of all fairies. Milk Elves, who sell cheese, butter and cream, are the favorite among the entire village! (Milk Elves are often given extraordinary treatment for their trip to The Woodland Market).
The business-like atmosphere at The Woodland Market shifts at night-fall when fireflies begin illuminating the village with their enchanting dashes of light! The sounds of flutes and tambourines fill the air as fairies begin to dance with abandon! Feasting, singing, drinking and merry-making consume the villiage. Fairy children are often found playing games by moonlight, fairy elders are always sitting by a warm fire telling elfin stories between puffs of their homemade cattail pipes and single fairy maidens are often found fawning over the Milk Elves.
Such exerberant merriment lasts deep into the night until the first rays of sunlight signal the conclusion of the traditional Woodland Fairy Village gathering. The atmosphere naturally resumes to a peaceful and leisurely pace as market vendors begin their travels home and villiage residents ease back into their daily rhythm beginning with a long nap….