Fairies In The Classroom!

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in Mountain Fairies, Oquirrh Mountain Fairies
Fairies In The Classroom!

There I was presenting at Scholar Academy’s Literacy Night, reading an intro to my book, the Oquirrh Mountain Fairies “Mineral Magic” (due out in November) — when two fairies burst into the classroom asking for help! My book’s villian, Acid Ion, zapped wings off of all the fairies in Bingham Canyon! So we helped them […]

Fairy Friendly: TATC (Tooele Applied Technology College)

Fairy Friendly: TATC (Tooele Applied Technology College)

As part of a series of articles that follow downtown Tooele’s First Fairy Door, we will be highlighting members of our community and local businesses for their efforts to attract Oquirrh Mountain Fairies. The Oquirrh Fairies love their mountain fairy homes and their enchanted life with other wee folk, from the foothills to the highest […]

Rocky Mountain Fairy Dust

Rocky Mountain Fairy Dust

Fairy dust is magical. Did you know that it is used to get from the Oquirrh Mountain Fairy Kingdom to a fairy door in downtown Tooele? They have already quietly visited Tooele’s first fairy door at the Transcript-Bulletin, where there is a magical trail of artifacts like flowers and…FOOTPRINTS! As your official Magical Ambassador, it […]

Downtown Tooele’s First Fairy Door!

Downtown Tooele’s First Fairy Door!

According to local fairy folklore, installing a fairy door invites fairies to visit. So our very own newspaper, Transcript Bulletin – the oldest business in Tooele –  has installed the very first fairy door in downtown Tooele August 2012. Stay tuned for updates as more businesses in Tooele install unique Fairy Doors in our fine […]

Fairy Finder

Posted by on Aug 29, 2012 in Mountain Fairies, Oquirrh Mountain Fairies
Fairy Finder

Mountain Fairies are beautifully resilient, small and magically elusive. In fact, they have not been seen since the first fairy town was built in early 1840s. We know there are many fairies living in the Oquirrh Mountains because of sparkly trails of Rocky Mountain fairy dust all throughout foothills and canyons. According to local fairy […]