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Disney Princess Tea Party at GCMS to benefit Ronald McDonald House

The 2014 tea party royalty. (Source: Graves County Schools) The 2014 tea party royalty. (Source: Graves County Schools)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

It’s the dream of nearly every girl in America to meet Disney princesses for a tea party! That’s exactly what will happen for girls through age 11 who register for this special event scheduled at Graves County Middle School on Saturday, Sept. 5.

Party A runs from 1-2:30 p.m. Party B runs from 3-4:30 p.m.

Don’t miss the chance to meet Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Anna, Elsa, Sophia, and Tinkerbell.

Activities include a meet-and-greet with the princesses (a great photo op for parents), tea (juice or milk) and cupcakes, the Fairy Godmother’s Bibbity Bobbity Boutique, nail painting and hair coloring. Plus, the opportunity for professional face painting and a carriage ride.

Reservations include one child and one adult, priced at a total of $30. Each additional sibling reservation is $20. Each additional adult reservation is $5 (maximum of one adult for every two children, please).

All proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Louisville.

Advance reservations and payment are required by Aug. 21 and limited to the first 100 children.

For more information, you can click here.

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