Support the public library & have fun too! This all volunteer community event attracted over 9,000 in one weekend last year. Please come join us.
19th Annual Village Renaissance Faire – A Faire for a Cause
September 15 & 16. 11-6 Daily
The Middletown Grange Fairgrounds,
Admission: $5 a student, Adults are only a wee bit more, and under 5 are FREE .
An event for all ages and affordable to all.
SUSPEND DISBELIEF this September and be entertained by hundreds of performers every half hour on our eight stages. The Village Faire is designed to entertain, educate, and involve visitors of all ages. Aerialists, Circus Arts, Flying Birds of Prey, Fire breathers, Armored horseback jousting. Living History Pavilions. Demonstrations. Juried Merchants. Music. Dance. Theatre. Puppetry. Archery. Human Chess. Working Trebuchet Catapult. Time Warps. Interactive Gameshows. Free children’s activities. Come early and stay all day as the activities are varied and ongoing.
SUSPEND DISBELIEF this September and be entertained by hundreds of performers every half hour on our ten stages. The Village Faire is designed to entertain, educate, and involve visitors of all ages.
- Armored Horseback Jousting
- Flying Birds of Prey @ High NOON & 4:00 p.m.
- Aerialist shows every hour
- Armchair Wizards, walking tree, roaming wishes, and pyrates of fortune’s folly
- LIVING LITERATURE-We are on the Same Side
- Human Chess, Archery, Historical Demos
- Puppetry, Juggling & Comedy
- Live Music, Theatre, & Dancing
- Steele Cavalier fencing lists, demos, lessons, and foam weaponry fun for young
- Children’s Quest, Dragon sized Games, Kids’ Kingdom
- Human Flail & Merlin’s World of Captured Aire
- Petting Zoo, Carriage & Pony Rides
- Crafts, Games & Inflatables
Whats new this year? As always, a lot:
- Italian Renaissance Flaire-- Orlando Furioso
- Mylins –Merlin’s whimsical counterpart—magic, science or something else
- Chaste Treasure, Voted 3rd Favorite Stage Act: Musical Group 2016
- Harry McNoggin Tree Wishes & Trunk Shows
- Lord Oakhart Giant Walking Trees
What do past Visitors say:
- Really, all of this for $10 adults, $5 a students, and under 5 FREE
- All proceeds support the library
- How could I have missed it & When is it next year