Imagine taking a step back in time where chivalry and knights still exist! Learn the art of fencing and archery and dine on a turkey leg while watching "wenches" and "scoundrels" stroll along their merry way.
I have been attending "Faire" for 15 years now. I enjoy getting away from the technology and fast pace life that we live in to enjoy a day with little worries of years long ago. Yes, I do dress up every year. My husband goes for the tankards of Grog(beer) and I love the mead(honey wine). The food is varied and yummy and big portioned!
There is something for everyone here! Shopping, eating, shows, games and more! The food cannot be beat with artichokes, turkey legs and yummy desserts! Bring your appetite!
While costumes are not mandatory, my children and yours will get a kick out of seeing Mom and Dad dress the part along side them. There are plenty of places there to buy or rent your "garb". If you have an old pirate costume laying around from past Halloweens, bring it with you! Your daughters princess costumes are a favorite among the children.
The more you get into "character"(any character) the more fun you have! By the end of the day, you will be talking in accents and loosening your belt from all the great food and fun that you had.
Dress as your inner pirate! Join Captain Sir Francis Drake for a toast to life on the sea! Buy an ale at the Cuckoo's Nest (next to the Rogue's Reef Stage) and bring your favorite Toast or story of the sea to share! 1pm each of the Swashbuckler Days.
Plein Aire Painting Silent Auction
(Sat & Sun) The renowned artists have worked over the course of two weekends, painting the excitement of the faire. The opportunity to purchase their fine works of art will conclude on Sunday during a Live Auction in the Friends of Faire Garden. Time of the auction will be available at the