Wendys Wee Folk
Experience Wee Folk performances, make an Irish inspired craft, attend a Fairy Tea party and so much more. Wee Folk activities are available throughout the weekend and many activities are free with admission to the Festival.
2015 Wee Folk Activities
Kids Gaelic Games
This fun for the whole family activity included Highland Heavyweight and Hurling activities. Attendees were able to toss a caber and throw a braemar stone just like the adult athletes! Local hurling experts instructed guest how to strike a Sliotar.
Fairy Tea & Pirate Parties
The Irish Fairies are calling all Moms, Grandma’s, Aunts, Cousins, Friends and Little Lasses to join Fairy Grandmother, Sandra McCone for a mystical, magical tea party in the Irish Tea Room for four separate tea parties. Sparkling Fairy princess attire encouraged! Enjoy an enchanting hour of beautiful fairy stories, while sipping tea and eating scones in the garden of fairy wonder and enchantment. Pre-registration is required and will be online before May 15.
The Pot O’Gold Playland
A $10 wristband is good for unlimited play featuring more than 20 inflatables, games and activities.
Hours of Operation
4:30 – 10 p.m. Friday
11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Saturday
11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday
Wendy’s Wee Folk Area
Enjoy free family activities and entertainment. Bring your lads and lasses to create Irish-inspired crafts.
Irish stories, music, magic and more take place on the Wendy’s Wee Folk stage. For a complete list of entertainers and to create a custom stage schedule, view the Festival schedule.
Contestants were crowned reddest hair, greenest eyes or most freckles. Age groups are 8 & under, 9 – 17 and Adult. No fee nor registration was needed to compete in these Irish contests. The contests will take place on Sunday on the Wee Folk stage at 3 p.m.