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> New England Renfaire Geek, c'mon, costumes too?
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Posted: 12-Apr-2007, 06:53 PM
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Any New Englanders who qualify as rengeeks are welcome to PM me about hooking up at the major ones. king.gif


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Posted: 12-Apr-2007, 07:02 PM
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Hey JessTuss,

Can you recommend a good RenFaire in the New England Area for a first timer? wink.gif


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Posted: 15-Apr-2007, 07:41 AM
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QUOTE (Macfive @ 12-Apr-2007, 08:02 PM)
Hey JessTuss,

Can you recommend a good RenFaire in the New England Area for a first timer? wink.gif

Of course. The biggest and most elaborate one, that would give any first timer a good glimpse of RenFaire life, is King Richard's Faire, in Carver, MA. It is set up as a village, in wooded area, with many vendors, fascinating food, and some real fun entertainment.

And no, I don't work for them. tongue.gif

Click here for their homepage
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There is also a fair held in Hebron CT: www.ctfaire.com
Living in NC, I've attended the fair in Charlotte for the past three years. Someday I might have enough confidence to go costumed and take part in the role playing, but for now I am an active observer of the revelry! I am glad to hear there are so many festivals in other states. Keep a good thing going!
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Hi Jesstuss. I always have a good time at KRF, but it's so pricey and tourist-trapey. Still, I can't wait for the warm weather and a chance to go out there again. Is it wrong of me to enjoy both Renn Faires and the SCA?

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OK, here's a good list for renfaires across the United States...

http://www.the-meissners.org/ren.html

I also really like the Sterling Renfaire in NY and Hammond Castle, the latter of which because there is a lot of acting for children, and it's set in a really neat castle smile.gif

And I agree with the tourist trap, Laurion- but I also admit to a nice collection of plastic beer pints from the years I've gone. wink.gif
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My wife and I have gone to the New York Renaissance Faire every year for the last 5 years. We love it.
It is better then any of the faires we have attended in Connecticut so far.

They have a web site if anyone needs info.

www.renfair.com

If anyone has attended any other really great Renaissance Faires in Connecticut and the surrounding states please let me know.

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Ive been to King Richards Faire in Carver and it is just beautiful, friendly people, lovely vendors, just good in every way; excpecially the jousting. A few of my friends have worked there and they say it was such a good experience. Im such a geek when it comes to ReinFaires so I would love to go to the ones you guys are suggesting.
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