Paint-A-Treasure Art Studio and Dragonfly Farms are proud to present the first annual Dragonfly Comic Con & Fall Festival on Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are currently available for pre-sale, and a portion of each ticket sold will go to the Mercer County Chapter of the Sunshine Foundation.

More than 50 local artists and vendors will descend upon Dragonfly Farms for two days of comic and art appreciation. Spider-Man, Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Disney Princesses have already RSVPd for the event, as well as the Ghostbusters in their Ectomobile, who will be available for a meet and greet. Food trucks, raffles, and live music will be an added bonus.

In addition to the Con, the annual Dragonfly Farms Fall Festival will be taking place, which includes hayrides, moon bounces, a petting zoo, pumpkin tunnel, spider crawl, and so much more.

The final touch will be an After Con Concert both evenings starting at 6 p.m. that will showcase a variety of local bands including We’re Ghosts Now, Little Miss Love Jones & The Archangels, Fun While You Wait, Beatrix Potter, and The Production.

Tickets can be purchased pre-sale via the Shop Now button at the Official Comic Con Facebook: Pre-sale tickets are $30 for a family of four for a one-day admission and $10 per person for a one-day admission. Tickets at the door are $35 and $15. Children ages 2 and under are free at the door.

In the event of inclement weather, the Comic Con will be rescheduled for October 15 and 16.

About Dragonfly Farms. Founded more than 10 years ago, Dragonfly Farms has become a cornerstone of Hamilton’s creative community, providing unique home decor items and vibrant plants and flowers all year round. Often referred to as “Hamilton’s Best Kept Secret”, the eclectic home decor store and garden center provide quality treasures for all tastes. Dragonfly Farms is also home to Paint-A-Treasure, a paint and take art studio that has walk-in hours, paint & sip events, hosts birthdays, fundraisers and more.

About the Mercer County Chapter of the Sunshine Foundation. The Sunshine Foundation was founded in 1976 by a Philadelphia police officer who had been assigned to a local children’s hospital and wanted to assist the families of critically and terminally ill children. Also known as the Original Wish Granting Organization, the Sunshine Foundation aims to make a difference in the lives of these children and their families by helping to fulfill their dreams. The Mercer County chapter is entirely volunteer ran and organized.

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