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Western Heritage Center unveils prince and princess day

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In partnership with Ever After Events, little princesses and princes got a chance to have royal tea  at the Western Heritage Center.

Little girls and boys got a chance to do various activities with Snow White, Rapunzel and more.

Operations Director Lisa Olmsted said the idea first started when her friend said his daughter wanted to go to a ball at the "castle." 

From decorating your own shield to watching knights duel, the Western Heritage center says it took the whole community to put together this event.

"We started asking the community for teacups and more teacups started rolling in. The Society for Creative Anachronism, the Barony of Bronzehelm; they stepped up and volunteered," said Olmsted. "Actually at one of our events last week, a man came up to me and volunteered his wizard services. So, this event is a true example of the community come together to make a really special experience for kids."

Other activities included visiting with the Baron and Baroness of Bronzehelm,  dancing. coloring and enjoying sweet treats.

Prices started off at $40 for general admission, with a VIP upgrade to access Rapunzel's castle for $20.

Or a royal table that seats 8 people, accompanied by a character for $350.

All proceeds of the event benefit education programs at the Western Heritage Center.

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