One local organization is putting on an event to help raise money for youth music organizations in the area.

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The Fairy Tale Tea Fundraiser is presented by Encore! will take place on February, 25 at the Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy. Children from pre-school to 5th grade are invented to have tea with some of our favorite Disney princes and princesses. Everyone is also encouraged to dress up as their favorite princess, prince, or fairy at the event.

There will be photo opportunities, children will have the chance to make a craft, and watch the Cheryl Kaiser School of Dance perform for the guests. All proceeds from the event will remain in the Tri-State area to support music in a variety of forms with a focus on youth organizations.

You will need to register and purchase tickets to the event which can you do by going to Encore's website. The is only one session at 9:30 am available, the 11:30 session has already sold out. All children who attend must be accompanied by an adult. This is a fun opportunity to help support the music organizations in the area and make a fun day out with the kiddos, and let's face it we kind of like our princesses and princes too.

For more information on the Fairy Tale Tea Event and Enore visit their website.

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