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We’re Returning to the Realm

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Each year we have the pleasure of visiting King Richard’s Faire as guests of the realm. I receive press passes to take the whole family on a day’s long adventure to Carvershire (Carver, MA) where we see fantastic sights and try earthly delights. We’re greeted by wonderful people that we enjoy visiting with each and every year. It is a magical happy place for us and we love our yearly trips. We’re headed back on Labor day for another fun filled family adventure. There are some new events, foods and more for us to explore and for you, too. I’m going to share with you all that is new with King Richard’s Faire in their 42nd season!

King Richard’s Faire opens its season September 2nd as New England’s largest and longest-running Renaissance festival in Carver, Mass.

Queen Elizabeth III and King Richard XI are a charming couple, and ready to meet and greet festival guests at King Richard’s Faire in Carver, Mass. running weekends and Monday holidays from Sept. 2-October 22, 2023.

The Faire’s 42nd season runs weekends September 2-October 22, 2023 including Labor Day and Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day Monday holidays

CARVER, Mass. (August 15, 2023) – Open wide the gates! For the 42nd year, King Richard’s Faire offers a full season of music and merriment as New England’s largest and longest-running Renaissance Faire. Located on an enchanting 80-acre wooded site off Rt. 58 in Carver, Mass., the Faire’s shady tree-lined paths lead visitors through a magical village ruled by King Richard, Queen Anne and their royal court. The Renaissance-themed festival welcomes visitors to spend the day amongst colorful acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, fire-eaters, musicians, dancers, and puppeteers throughout the realm.

King Richard’s Faire opens Saturday, September 2nd, and runs weekends and Monday holidays through October 22nd. Faire hours are 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. each day.

During this exciting season, King Richard’s Faire offers the region’s best live entertainment, including eight stages featuring hundreds of local and national performers, shopping, and exciting rides and games for a full day to “escape YOUR reality.” Guests of all ages will be dazzled by brave knights battling three times daily on the jousting tournament field, and bawdy beggars competing in the Mud Pit. Frolicking faeries can be seen dancing through the forest, and wee ones can ride a unicorn and watch royal dogs perform tricks on stage. Throughout the realm, happy villagers help Faire attendees escape into a fantastical, whimsical world where they can interact with performers, puppets, pirates, pipers and princesses for an entire day. Unlike a stage or filmed production, King Richard’s Faire connects on a personal level for a full day of live, immersive entertainment unlike any other theatrical attraction. Continue reading We’re Returning to the Realm

Kids Back in School? Consider Dungeons and Dragons as a Learning Tool

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If you are a teacher of kids from grades 4-6 or 6-8 Wizards of the Coast has created a new initiative to provide educational materials for teachers so that they can incorporate Dungeons and Dragons into their lesson plans. This is very exciting and so useful, too. It also comes out to coincide with a brand new starter set being released.. Dungeons and Dragons is very popular with many celebrities playing it and it being featured in some very popular TV shows. Kids are learning more and more about it but they may have never played before. There are many benefits from playing and many educational moments to learn from while playing. This initiative will even provide schools, libraries and community centers and enrichment organizations with D&D Afterschool Kits that will include everything to start D&D clubs and meetups. I have a full press release below with all the information on the initiative. I would also like to point you towards the website where you can download many resources to help you start incorporating D&D into your lessons as well. Dungeons & Dragons Build an Adventure

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