EUGENE, Ore. — People at Mt. Pisgah experienced another realm at the 12th annual Faerieworlds, Saturday. Everyone came in their unique costumes to make their fantasies a reality.
From fairies to fantasy super heroes, people expressed themselves through appearance, dancing and singing.
Fair co-producer Robert Gould says over the years the event has gained popularity because it’s put on for the people, by the people.
“Much of the creativity and entertainment you see here, we feel is brought to you by the people who come here and I think it’s that invitation that we offer people. Come and be creative,” said Gould.
Gould says Faerieworlds is a family friendly event for both kids and adults; it’s something that is both unique and economically helpful for Eugene. It’s something that the community can call their own and that’s why the support has been tremendous.