Alabama Renaissance Faire 2017

•October 28, 2017 • Leave a Comment

IMG_6368The 2017 Alabama Renaissance Faire opened on a cold windy morning. The sun occasionally peeked from behind the clouds. There was some great music and entertainment.

The faire opens tomorrow at noon in Wilson Park near the Kennedy-Douglas Center and the Florence Public library.

Last Day of Tennessee Renaissance Festival

•May 29, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Today is the last day of the 2017 season of The Tennessee Renaissance Festival.

Tennessee renaissance Festival

Alabama Renaissance Faire 2016 Day one

•October 23, 2016 • Leave a Comment

The faire continues at noon today.



Alabama Renaissance Faire 2016 day one

•October 23, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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Alabama Renaissance Faire 2016 Stormy Joe

•October 22, 2016 • 1 Comment

Today was the opening day of The Alabama Renaissance Faire. It was beautiful weather for faire.


This ship is The Stormy Joe. It is dedicated to the faire’s Knight who passed way earlier this year.


Joe in 2011.

Final Weekend Of The Tennessee Renaissance Festival

•May 27, 2016 • Leave a Comment

It’s the final weekend of the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. I have missed most or the Festival this year due to work or sickness. I will be there this weekend but may not be there all day.

Here are a couple of pics from the opening weekend. These are a couple of the don’t miss shows, the Joust and Robin Hood.

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Will you be at the Festival? What are you looking forward to seeing?

Help the Louisiana Renaissance Festival

•March 18, 2016 • Leave a Comment

Louisiana Renaissance Festival

This is an email from the Louisiana Renaissance Festival. Parts of  the festival site were flooded and they are planing clean up events.

Rescue the Renfest

Our thoughts are with all of those affected by the recent flooding. Homes were lost, property damaged, and lives disrupted. But we know that the strength, determined nature and positive attitudes of the people of this region will get us all through this setback.

The Louisiana Renaissance Festival was also affected. The Tangipahoa crested at 25.52 feet: the third highest level in 100 years.  At the LARF site, most of the permanent buildings are partially or completely under water.  Until the water goes down, it will be hard to tell what other damage has been done; however, we expect to face repairs to our electrical lines, plumbing and pathways, in addition to plenty of general cleanup.  We’ve closed access to the grounds until March 18.

The Louisiana Renaissance Festival will be back!
And we can use your help! 

We’ve planned TWO “Rescue the Renfest” cleanup Saturdays –March 26 and April 2, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days – and we need volunteers. No special skills needed, but if you have them, wear gloves and footwear appropriate for messy, outside work. Feel free to bring hand tools: rake, shovel, pitchfork or wheelbarrow, if you have them. If you have a flat trailer, that would help us haul off debris.

We have event pages set up on Facebook – please click the “Going” button if you are attending, so we can plan accordingly.

Help on March 26
Help on April 2

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