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Sounds like there's been a falling out between the board and the woman who got the ball rolling. It's been pretty small so far.
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Even though the Lakes Area Renfest is far away from me , I still hate to see one suspend a season or take a hiatus. I'm sure it's a disappointment to those who count on and plan to go to that renfest.
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They've announced that they are taking this year off.

To all of our loyal Patrons and Participants,
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It is with great regret that we announce that our LARF 2020 event will not take place this year. In an effort to bring you the best Faire possible, we are taking this year to restructure and reorganize how we bring you a premier event.

It is with great hope and excitement that we tell you that we DO plan to have an outstanding and well-planned event for all in 2021. Watch our web page for official updates as we have great things in mind!

Sincerely,

LARF Board of Directors

But I got an Email from one of the original people who resigned from LARF and says she's trying to do an event this year anyway...
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Mundane Topics / Re: Two words!
« Last post by Lord Argyl of Lochdubh on February 10, 2020, 12:17:24 AM »
paradise promissed
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Books / Movies / Publications / Re: must see renaissance/medieval movies
« Last post by RefMom3 on February 09, 2020, 01:30:00 PM »
A friend recommended Ironclad, with James Purefoy, and The War Lord, with Charlton Heston. I enjoyed both.
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Mundane Topics / Re: Two words!
« Last post by RefMom3 on February 09, 2020, 01:19:23 PM »
island paradise
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Loveland Castle "Castleteers" / Re: Spring 2020?
« Last post by jinx on February 06, 2020, 03:23:55 PM »
I had just come to ask about this. :)
Classes ruined my autumn plans, but (especially if it falls in May), I should be able to make a spring gatherin’.
I’m also keeping an eye out here for dear Papa Tink and Mama Belle so I can let them know when something is announced.
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Mundane Topics / Re: Two words!
« Last post by Lord Argyl of Lochdubh on February 06, 2020, 12:53:26 AM »
treasure island
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Books / Movies / Publications / Re: must see renaissance/medieval movies
« Last post by Craigmeister on February 05, 2020, 11:20:34 PM »
Being an archer, I am partial to the 2010 version of "Robin Hood" with Russell Crowe.

I also like the 2004 "King Arthur" with Clive Owen and Keira Knightley.  It's set in the actual period that Arthur would have been king.  There's not a lot of shining armor or a Camelot stone castle.
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European and Canadian Festivals / Current Canadian Festival Listing
« Last post by Craigmeister on February 05, 2020, 11:08:51 PM »
I recently added all the Canadian Renaissance and Celtic festivals I could find to my the lists on my website.  They are grouped together at the bottom of the lists and spread throughout the chronological listings as well.  There are quite a few of them, especially in eastern Canada.  Huzzah!

Talk about faires you would have good weather to be able to garb up for.

https://www.meistersrealm.com/renaissance-festival-schedule
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