‘Enchanted Forest’ Coming to Sedalia October 1
The Liberty Center Association for the Arts will host its second annual Enchanted Forest. The event will be Saturday, Oct. 1 from 6 to 9 p.m. The location will be revealed at 24th & Grand in Sedalia.
The forest will be aglow with twinkling lights, a fairy village, gnomes guarding a treasure, a dragon’s nest, and so much more. Bring your camera for plenty of photo ops. So you can share your evening with your social media friends, they will have a snapchat filter. Don’t forget to stop by the craft booth. You won’t go away hungry; there will be a bonfire, where you can roast a hot dog.
“This is such an exciting event. It allows children’s imagination to take flight and get out into nature and just have a great time with their parents. Last year, it was amazing to see all the adults interacting with the kids and different characters and vignettes they encountered in the forest,” said James Trelow, president of the Liberty Center. “People were engaging with each other and just really enjoying a wonderful evening with family and friends.”
Tickets are on sale now at the Liberty Center,111 West 5th Street. Business hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets may also be purchased by calling (660) 827-3228 or online at www.lcaasedalia.com
Tickets are $10 each and include the hot dog roast and a craft. Tickets may also be purchased at the event.
The Liberty Center celebrates the arts within our community. They promote the arts in the community and coordinate and promote cultural and artistic activities that enhance an appreciation for all facets of creative expression as well as an appreciation for the diversity in the region. Funding for the LCAA is provided in part by the Missouri Arts Council (MAC).