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Princesses Take Over Lake Superior Zoo

Updated: 08/25/2014 8:47 AM
Created: 08/24/2014 10:37 PM WDIO.com

It was a magical day at the Lake Superior Zoo Sunday.

Little girls gathered for a Pretty Princess Petit Picnic. Ariel, Belle, Cinderella and other characters sang and danced for the other little princesses.

They had snacks and made crafts making the zoo the happiest place on earth.

"A lot of kids don't get the opportunity to see the real princesses, so I thought why not bring that magic and fun to our area," Organizer Jodi Polasky said.

For more information on the princesses, you can visit the Princess Parties Facebook Page.

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