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Skyland Trail Collaborates with Woodlands Garden for 8th Annual Fairy Inspired Event

September 13, 2018

Atlanta, GA – Skyland Trail, a nationally recognized treatment organization for adults with mental illness, is pleased to partner with Woodlands Garden for the eighth annual Fairies in the Garden event on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m.

Guests will enjoy an afternoon of fairy fun and family-friendly activities including storytelling, music and a fairy parade. Visitors will also enjoy viewing dozens of fairy homes handcrafted by Skyland Trail clients  and installed throughout the Garden in the Tour of Fairy Homes.

“Skyland Trail and Woodlands Garden have co-hosted this happy event for eight consecutive years, inspired by its participants – mostly winged children.” Libba Shortridge, HTR, Skyland Trail horticultural therapist states. “Fairies in the Garden provides a platform for awe where nature’s pallet and the ingenuity of the creators of fairy homes come together in wonderful ways.  What better audience than children who believe and appreciate the talents of adults with mental illness.”

Fairies in the Garden is a free event and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to dress in their fairy themed attire.  Offsite parking is required. To view offsite parking map, please visit


Located in Atlanta, Skyland Trail is a nationally recognized nonprofit mental health treatment organization serving adults ages 18 and older with a primary psychiatric diagnosis. Through our residential and day treatment programs, we help our clients grow, recover, and reclaim their lives. We’re focused on individuals with complex mental health issues, helping them understand that they can be – and are – more than a diagnosis. We offer expert, evidence-based psychiatric care alongside a compassionate, holistic path to wellness. Our integrated mental, medical, and social model helps clients develop strategies to improve mental health, physical wellness, independence, and relationships with family and friends. Unique therapies offered include music, art and horticultural therapy; workforce and school readiness; primary care services; family therapy; and healthy living and nutrition coaching. Learn more at