Happy Earth Day from the Maryland Faerie Festival. If we don’t protect the earth and the environment, then there will be nowhere for the faeries to live. … Continue reading →
The Maryland Faerie Festival has chosen to use the spelling of Faerie used by Edmund Spenser in The Faerie Queen, metaphorically describing Queen Elizabeth the First. This spelling is often used to refer to the Faerie Realm. There are many … Continue reading →
The Goblins are excited to be part of this year’s fun, and have been working on new games. This year, the Goblins have added Faerie Checkers and Pixie Pick Up Sticks. Back again for the third year is the Fabulous … Continue reading →
The Maryland Faerie Festival is pleased to have Goblin Road, the husband and wife team of Robert and Rebecca Turk, as our Featured Guest Artists for 2012. Robert has been an actor, sculptor, designer, salesman, and theatrical stage manager. Rebecca … Continue reading →
Jana Laiz believes in faeries and has been writing about them for as long as she can remember. From an experience she had on the “otherside” when she was only 12 years old, the seeds for her Celtic-American Faerie Fantasy, … Continue reading →
Each year we hope to bring talent to the event and feature them in many aspects of our festival. So in 2008, The Maryland Faerie Festival started our tradition of Featured Guest Artists and Authors. That was also the year … Continue reading →
Greetings from Her Majesty, Queen Ilex Aquifolia, Protector of Animals and Mistress of Wild Natural Places! I and others from the magical Maryland Faerie Festival will be sharing news here for you.