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L Dale Walter:
Castle Farms Hosts First Annual Charlevoix Renaissance Faire!

First annual Charlevoix Renaissance Festival opening June 7th!

Be a part of the magic at the first annual Charlevoix Renaissance Festival at Castle Farms on June 7th at 10am as Castle Farms transforms into a medieval village filled with artisans, food and entertainment for the entire family! Enjoy an affordable family friendly weekend at a real castle as the stage combat team, Knights of Iron, bring the Adventures of Robin Hood to life before your eyes.

There’s something for everyone, the young and the young at heart will find adventure here! Relish in the recreation of a medieval time period as you stroll among skilled artisans where you can shop for jewelry, pottery, period weapons and treats of all sorts! Enjoy the magnificent music and dancing of the Tartan Terrors during the Celtic Celebration.  Partake in savory food and drink fit to satisfy your every hunger and thirst! The children will awe at the amazing Birds of the Gauntlet or the unique magic of Doc Dixon.  Thrill to the knights on horseback in hard hitting jousting action 3 times a day!

The Castle, built in 1918, has previously been a dairy farm, a museum and was a well-known concert venue. Extensive restoration by the current owners, Linda and Richard Mueller, has also made the castle a premier wedding site.

Now, the castle will serve as the magnificent backdrop for one of the biggest events to come to Charlevoix in recent years. Don’t miss the adventure June 7-8 and 14-15 at the Charlevoix Renaissance Festival at Castle Farms.

Charlevoix Renaissance Festival is located as Castle Farms; 5052 M-66 N Charlevoix, Michigan.

Times: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Open Rain or Shine
No pets – Service Animals Welcome
Admission: Gate - Adults: $13.95
Children (ages 5-12): $7.95
Children 4 and under: free

For more information go to www.castlefarms.com

We are looking forward to visiting the second weekend (graduation parties to attend the first weekend).

I can't wait to get the season started. I live close by so gas is not a big deal, but I'm a little worried about getting down to Mi.RF :D

Can anyone recommend an inexpensive place to stay for June 14? We don't need anything fancy, just a clean comfortable bed.

I do not know about lodging up there, I am still trying to figure out how to get around the Zilwaki bridge that is closed down...... so far it looks like going straight across the state and then up..... because I-75 at that bridge is shut down for repairs....sombody cut through a wrong cable....

So this is a heads up for anyone who was planning on taking I-75 north.....major detour.....and headache....


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