This Memorial Day weekend, we are planning a trip back in time to 16th Century Europe. We'll visit Barons, artisans, musicians, magicians, jousters, ARCHERS, a pirate or two, a baker and maybe a candle stick maker.
The Koroneburg Renaissance Faire (The Crossroads Group - Koroneburg Renaissance Festival
) is now underway in Corona, CA. The Faire has extended evening hours on Saturday, 5/28/11 providing day and night reenactments of 16th Century Europe.
[SIZE=2.5px]The festival uses 9 beautiful acres of the 120-acre park (formerly Prado Basin Park)
. The park is nestled among eucalyptus, cottonwood & pepper trees.
We plan to arrive early Saturday to set up camp through Sunday morning. There is no fee to camp, however there is a fee to enter the festival (see website for discounted tickets). If you are so inclined, motor over for this fun and educational adventure. Of course, if you choose not to camp, arrival and departure on Saturday is always an option. The park is about an hour from LAX.
This is a no stress, come as you are, if you want/can event. There is no need to RSVP. Besides, RSVP is French; and like Pepe Le Pew, the 16th Century French didn't bathe very often.
Mek Amara Dunqas (1504 AD)
Tim Jones (2011 AD)