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LoL_NobleNightsWe are looking forward to another wonderful season celebrating our 15th Annual Lady of the Lake Renaissance Faire in 2016!

In celebration, we will be ADDING a six day in 2016 in honor of our VETERANS Friday November 11th.

This year’s Faire runs two weekends ~

November 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13.   We are looking forward to seeing you then!  And we are introducing THEME WEEKENDS!

2015 Winners and Entries of the “Every Fairy Needs a Place to Live” can be found on the Fairy House Competition webpage.

November 4 is Education day!   Children & Chaperones are $5 at gate.  More information on Lesson Plans can be found on our Education Page.

Senior Sunday is November 6, 2016. Seniors over 62 are $7 at gate.

Friday, November 11 is Veteran’s Day! Veterans are $5 at gate (with some form of ID).

*** We welcome service dogs and will not turn away patrons with Dogs, Ferrets or the like but we prefer to keep this event human in consideration of all guests.***

Come and Meet Us

Our site features more shade and more room for fun! If you plan to stay for more than a day, the King and Queen have found the place to lay their heads, affordable for Nobles and Peasants!  Read more under Lodging!

Tis the Year of our Lord, 1606 and King James I is on the throne. King James is the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, great-great-grandson to Henry VII, and cousin to Queen Elizabeth I.

Already the King of the Scots, King James becomes the monarch of England and Ireland following Queen Elizabeth’s death in 1603.

The Faire features 7 stages and over 100 Performers – including Knights in armor, jousting, Fire-eaters, Pirates, Dancers, Comedians, Historical characters and a variety of Musicians.

Musketeers_2015More than 60 Artisans fill our Shire, working in mediums such as metal (swords), pottery, leather work, blacksmithing, sculpture, candle making, jewelry, and garb such as corsets, head covers, and kilts just to name a few.


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