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story.lead_photo.caption Ellen Pahl/FULTON SUN The Brick District Players Society hosted a Princess Tea Party Sunday, July 18 at the Brick District Playhouse. The space was transformed into a magical tea party completed with six princess that entertain the children with tea time, coloring, making tiaras, face painting, story-time and Little Princess Parade throughout the venue. “We served tea, pink lemonade and snacks provided by the Brick District Playhouse Café,” treasurer of the Brick District Players Society Ellen Pahl. “The event was very popular, we ended up having 120 guests in all, 61 of those were children. It was a great success!” This was the groups first fund raiser. Their goal is to bring community theater to Fulton and the surrounding areas, so the money they make from their fundraisers will help fund the plays and musicals they plan on showcasing in the future.

The Brick District Players Society hosted a Princess Tea Party Sunday, July 18 at the Brick District Playhouse.

The space was transformed into a magical tea party completed with six princess that entertain the children with tea time, coloring, making tiaras, face painting, story-time and Little Princess Parade throughout the venue.

"We served tea, pink lemonade and snacks provided by the Brick District Playhouse Cafe," treasurer of the Brick District Players Society Ellen Pahl. "The event was very popular, we ended up having 120 guests in all, 61 of those were children. It was a great success!"

This was the group's first fund raiser. Their goal is to bring community theater to Fulton and the surrounding areas, so the money they make from their fundraisers will help fund the plays and musicals they plan on showcasing in the future.

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