Archive for October 1st, 2013

It’s weekend two of The Connecticut Renaissance Faire and it’s offically Fantasy and Romance weekend (cue romantic music now) . It’s the weekend for romantics and for those looking for romance (but everyone is welcome. Even if romance is not your thing, there’s plenty of other lovely options for you.)

  • Saturday is the Babes in Bodices contest  and the War of the Cupcakes.
  • Sunday is the  Men in Kilts contest and the Singles Mingle
  • and on both Saturday and Sunday, it’s vows renewal with Pope Urbino himself for all married couples

You gotta love this weekend

Special entertainment this weekend

  • Skarazula- muscial act from Canada
  • Zoltan the Adequate

The Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire  runs for five amazing weekends on Sept 21, 22, 28, 29, Oct 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20  from 10:30- 6 at it’s new site  at 14 Stott Ave. in Norwich, Ct.

New home, new story. Prepare for the adventure and intrigue of the court of King Henry the VIII.

There’ll be music and laughter, damsels and knights, villains and fabulous beasts. There’ll  be feats of amazing skill and of derring do. There’ll be adventure and intrigue and romance and turkey legs.

And the psychics of Foresight, of course.

And, hopefully, there’ll be you.

There are lots of lovely experiences that will be there every weekend, but there are also different special events that only happen on one weekend or one day, so you’ll want to check the website for the festival to decide when you want to come. (There’s so many interesting options, you may need to come more than once…)

Is your inner romantic hero curious? For more information on this year’s fall Connecticut Renaissance Faire, please click here.

Hope to see you this weekend and in the weekends to follow at the  Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire 






For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “The Lands That Lie Between” and “Manifesting Something Better”, all from Foresight Publications, click here

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