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Oct 11, 2008

Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales




Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales is a very cute show for the kids and the adults as well. Both of my boys seemed to like it very much. We watched last year as well as this year. It was nice though because it was on the stage in the children's dell this year. Not that my boys were really old enough to do much of the other kid oriented things this year. I love that they have a space designated for the kids. Now if only they would have a designated drinking area for the alcohol... I won't jump on that soapbox. I just have a hard time dealing with the alcohol being carried around all over the place out there. I liked how at the Silver Leaf Ren Fest it was contained to a particular area at least it was the year that I went to that particular festival.

6 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This looks like a great place for kids to enjoy theatre!

Shellmo said...

I can see how this would be fun for kids! i agree w/ you - I think the drinking should be kept to one area - plus this seems to be a family event - does someone really need an alcoholic beverage while they are there??

babooshka said...

This enchanting scene reminds me I did too find some oth those manx fairies that inhabit my island.

Gretchen said...

I would absolutely love going to a ren fest! Unfortunately, there aren't any within a three or four hour rive of me.

Louise said...

This looks fun. I've only been to one Renaissance Festival before--probably 15 years ago--and didn't enjoy myself. I should give it another shot. It was a relatively small one, and I wasn't feeling well that day, and something smelled bad. Oh, it was hot, too. Prince Charming would LOVE to go, so maybe I should break down and look one up for next year.

zhakee said...

I'm enjoying the photos you've been posting of this ren fair. I like that green dragon puppet thing too. I wonder how hard that dragon was to sew... I always find it amazing how some people make such wonderful costumes for these fairs.

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