Spoutwood Farms seeks help in recovery efforts after cancelled Fairie Festival

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GLEN ROCK, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– For the first time in the 26-year history of the May Day Fairie Festival at Spoutwood Farm, the Festival’s final day, Sunday May 7, was cancelled due to safety issues at both the parking location, and on the Farm itself, caused by the extremely muddy and wet conditions.

Please bear in mind that this annual event is not only a fun celebration, but it is also the primary fundraiser for Spoutwood Farm Center, a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational farm.

The May Day Fairie Festival supports the Farm’s operations year-round.

In spite of the current devastation, Spoutwood Farm Center is determined to recover and thrive and the annual
May Day Fairie Festival celebrations will continue. The recovery effort is already underway with a general
fundraising campaign, with donations being gratefully accepted on the website and its GoFundMe page.

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