The Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival Saturday, May 21 & Sunday, May 23, 2022

Come and enter a world of fantasy and enchantment. 

The Enchanted Fairy Trails presents the annual Central Indiana Enchanted Fairy Festival at Beasley's Orchard in Danville Indiana! This is a one-day full fairy immersion experience. This Festival is a fundraising opportunity for The Enchanted Fairy Trails FREE family fairy adventure trails and the Hendricks County Humane Society a 501(c)3. 


Help us in our duel missions


The Enchanted Fairy Trails Mission: To enhance people’s lives through fun, inspiration, creativity, and self-expression! To entertain, and encourage exploration of Indiana's nature, local businesses and art communities. To inspire whimsy through fairy adventures within Indiana.


Hendricks County Humane Society Mission:

  • Facilitating animal welfare by finding homes, saving lives.

  • Ending pet overpopulation.

  • Furthering the people-animal bond.

  • Educating the community on the humane care of animals


With the missions of both organizations strive to fill a needs in the Indiana communities they serve. 

Those needs have cost by attending you are helping the further cause of both these organizations.


The Enchanted Fairy Trails Needs

Printing Brochures.

Sponsor for free family storytimes with Fairy Entertainers.

Fairy Stop upkeep.


Hendricks County Humane Society Needs

  • Humane Education: FREE programs to children and adults. 

  • Spay/Neuter Assistance: Provide spay/neuter services and vaccinations at a discounted rate. We also offer periodic FREE spay/neuter specials.

  • Adoption Events:  We partner with area Rescue Groups in an effort to find homes for adoptable pets.  

  • Trap Neuter Return Program: TNR is the process of humanely trapping free-roaming cats, having them spayed or neutered, vaccinating them, having their left ear “tipped,” and then returning the cat to the location it was living.

  • Support Other Community Efforts: HCHS donates time and resources to other community efforts which contribute positively to the welfare of animals.      

  • HCHS donated 6 Dog-I-Pot Waste Stations, which have been distributed amongst local parks and trails.

  • HCHS donated $80, 000 toward the design of the new Hendricks County Animal Control Facility.

  • HCHS donated $10, 000 toward the completion of the new off-leash Avon Paw Park.

  • HCHS directs funding and time to get animals in our county sterilized so that the excess pet population is reduced and euthanizing for space becomes unnecessary.

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