Sunday, May 17, 2015
Step back in time for an afternoon of merriment, music, games, traditional craft demonstrations, and art-making activities. Princesses and kings, pirates and comedians, fairies and jugglers are just some of the people you will encounter in the Renaissance Village. Activities take place indoors and out, rain or shine.
Ongoing activities, Noon–4 pm
-Calligraphy demonstrations and art making with Triangle Calligraphers Guild
-Coat of arms display and art making with Historic Interpretations, Inc.
-Armored combat, blacksmith, and other period demonstrations with Society for Creative Anachronism
-Art-making activities: Renaissance hats and tiny faerie houses
-Castle photo booth and pirate tattoo parlor
-Concessions for purchase at Food Truck Caravan
Timed tours and performances
Noon, 1 pm, 2 pm
Family Treasure Tours
20-minute guided tours
12:30–1 pm and 2–2:30 pm
Interactive drum circle
12:30–1pm and 3:15–3:45 pm
16th-century Commedia dell’Arte
Soomsoom Pita Pockets
CJ’s Street Food
Not Just Icing
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This event is generously sponsored by the Mebane Charitable Foundation and Edith S. Shepherd and Paul E. Castelloe.