Photo courtesy of Faye Petersen
The Brooksville Beautification Board will be assisting the May-Stringer Museum in establishing a Fairy Village in The Living Memories Garden located behind this Historical Museum, 601 Museum Street.
It is the Museum’s intent to create new interest in this memorial haven for residents or visitors to the May-Stringer Museum. Beautification Board Chairman, Scott Renz, took measurements of the site in the garden where the Fairy House Village is being planned. Fairy houses are small structures for fairies and nature’s friends to visit. Fairy houses are made out of natural materials. Volunteers made up of Museum Docents and Members of the Beautification Board will help roof and side the small whimsical habitats with pine needles, bark, pine cone leaves, spanish moss, shells, pebbles and nut shells reflecting their creativity, joy and pride. Brooksville Garden Club Worker Bees, who monthly maintain these gardens, are collaborating in making a Fairy Tree House to support this Fairy Garden endeavor.