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Head waaaay back in time at Renaissance Faire

Education joins entertainment as big part of the event

3:29 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
Juggler Gypsy Geoff pours water on a spinning disc, spraying water on the crowd at last year's Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire. This year's Faire is open the next two weekends.
Juggler Gypsy Geoff pours water on a spinning disc, spraying water on the crowd at last year's Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire. This year's Faire is open the next two weekends.
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The Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire is back for a fourth year of "Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds," featuring two weekends of royal promenades, jousting, feasting and more really old-time family fun.

The Faire, like others held across the country, is an adventurous trip back in time - way back, to the England of the mid-16th century, with costumed performers and artisans showing what life was like in those days. Unlike some other Renaissance festivals, this one is more family friendly, lacking the bawdiness and double-meaning banter seen and heard elsewhere. The goal is that both ...

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