Royal Medieval Faire
The fifteenth year of the Royal Medieval Faire brings back some dastardly favourite characters. King Davius of Dearth and his court arrive with grave accusations for the lovely Queen Charlotte. Could she have had something to do with the death of King Bertram’s first wife, Sarah? Does this rogue King actually have evidence of a crime or is he merely after the prize of the kingdom, Dragon Grendl’s Eggs?
Journey to Mearth to meet the members of King Bertram’s Court and King Davius’ and decide for yourself who you think should have your favour!
Royal Medieval Faire began 1997. Hundreds of volunteers create a magical, medieval day. Over 5,500 patrons attend each year to participate with 150 actors, performers and volunteers to produce a spectacular event.
Now in its fifteenth season, the faire is an interactive day consisting of vendors, hands-on displays, food & beverages, games, celtic music, magic, swordplay, ceili (old-fashion Irish dance), authentic costumes & decorations, plus much more.
This event is suitable for all ages and has something to offer everyone. It is a great day for the entire family and those interested in history and the arts.
Where: Waterloo Park West, Waterloo
When: September 15, 2012
Cost: $5.00 per person, $2.50 for children.
For more information please visit website.
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