( September 29, 2008 )

Nice Renaissance photos

Check out these renaissance images:

Renaissance Cafe Projects – Grade 8 Social Studies
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Image by Enokson
We featured a display of grade eight student work in the library. Students had created abecedarians and biographies for the Renaissance time period and shared them with parents and future students at our Spring Open House event.

Renaissance Faire Gypsy Camp
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Image by henna lion
I made this sign for my gypsy camp at the Virginia Renaissance Faire 06

( September 21, 2008 )

Nice Renaissance photos

Some cool renaissance images:

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival
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Image by Wigwam Jones
For 31 years, the Michigan Renaissance Festival has provided Holly with a unique venue that regularly attracts more than 220,000 visitors from Michigan and surrounding states.

When the Festival first began back in 1979 on the grounds of Columbiere in Clarkston, Michigan, the Renaissance Festival attracted under 11,000 patrons during our 5 weekend event. Years later the Festival found a more permanent home where it currently
stands, just 12 miles south of Flint on Dixie Highway.
The pageantry of a 16th century village is evident in the wide variety of activities. Entertainment is not only featured on sixteen stages, but in the lanes and on an interactive level with the patrons.

From peasants to royalty, the people of the village of Hollygrove visit with guests to provide a day to remember! Highlights include the thrilling full contact joust with armored knights and horses, the intensity of the Human Combat Chess Match and the hilarity of acts like the Washing Well Wenches, Ded Bob and Ample and Trite.

The Realm is filled with amazingly talented artisans who offer their unique wares and often share their skills in craft demonstrations. Beautiful glassware, crafted leather,
exotic jewelry and Renaissance clothing are just a few examples of the masterpieces that can be found in the marketplace.

Visitors are advised to skip breakfast and save their appetite for the fresh baked goods, soup in a bread bowl, Scotch eggs, apple dumplings and of course, the famous turkey legs that are cooked over an open flame. The array of foods is overwhelming and sure to satisfy any cravings!

It is truly fun for the whole family since the Renaissance Festival also offers games, human-powered rides, and a Children’s Realm that features a castle playscape as well
as free activities for younger visitors. The Michigan Renaissance Festival invites everyone to celebrate along with us as we enter our 31st season. Huzzah and cheers for 31 years!

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival
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Image by Wigwam Jones
For 31 years, the Michigan Renaissance Festival has provided Holly with a unique venue that regularly attracts more than 220,000 visitors from Michigan and surrounding states.

When the Festival first began back in 1979 on the grounds of Columbiere in Clarkston, Michigan, the Renaissance Festival attracted under 11,000 patrons during our 5 weekend event. Years later the Festival found a more permanent home where it currently
stands, just 12 miles south of Flint on Dixie Highway.
The pageantry of a 16th century village is evident in the wide variety of activities. Entertainment is not only featured on sixteen stages, but in the lanes and on an interactive level with the patrons.

From peasants to royalty, the people of the village of Hollygrove visit with guests to provide a day to remember! Highlights include the thrilling full contact joust with armored knights and horses, the intensity of the Human Combat Chess Match and the hilarity of acts like the Washing Well Wenches, Ded Bob and Ample and Trite.

The Realm is filled with amazingly talented artisans who offer their unique wares and often share their skills in craft demonstrations. Beautiful glassware, crafted leather,
exotic jewelry and Renaissance clothing are just a few examples of the masterpieces that can be found in the marketplace.

Visitors are advised to skip breakfast and save their appetite for the fresh baked goods, soup in a bread bowl, Scotch eggs, apple dumplings and of course, the famous turkey legs that are cooked over an open flame. The array of foods is overwhelming and sure to satisfy any cravings!

It is truly fun for the whole family since the Renaissance Festival also offers games, human-powered rides, and a Children’s Realm that features a castle playscape as well
as free activities for younger visitors. The Michigan Renaissance Festival invites everyone to celebrate along with us as we enter our 31st season. Huzzah and cheers for 31 years!

( September 19, 2008 )

Michigan Renaissance Festival

Check out these renaissance images:

Michigan Renaissance Festival
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Image by Wigwam Jones
Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly, MI, September 29, 2007

Michigan Renaissance Festival
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Image by Wigwam Jones
Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly, MI, September 29, 2007

Michigan Renaissance Festival
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Image by Wigwam Jones
Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly, MI, September 29, 2007

( September 15, 2008 )

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival

A few nice renaissance images I found:

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival
renaissance
Image by Wigwam Jones
For 31 years, the Michigan Renaissance Festival has provided Holly with a unique venue that regularly attracts more than 220,000 visitors from Michigan and surrounding states.

When the Festival first began back in 1979 on the grounds of Columbiere in Clarkston, Michigan, the Renaissance Festival attracted under 11,000 patrons during our 5 weekend event. Years later the Festival found a more permanent home where it currently
stands, just 12 miles south of Flint on Dixie Highway.
The pageantry of a 16th century village is evident in the wide variety of activities. Entertainment is not only featured on sixteen stages, but in the lanes and on an interactive level with the patrons.

From peasants to royalty, the people of the village of Hollygrove visit with guests to provide a day to remember! Highlights include the thrilling full contact joust with armored knights and horses, the intensity of the Human Combat Chess Match and the hilarity of acts like the Washing Well Wenches, Ded Bob and Ample and Trite.

The Realm is filled with amazingly talented artisans who offer their unique wares and often share their skills in craft demonstrations. Beautiful glassware, crafted leather,
exotic jewelry and Renaissance clothing are just a few examples of the masterpieces that can be found in the marketplace.

Visitors are advised to skip breakfast and save their appetite for the fresh baked goods, soup in a bread bowl, Scotch eggs, apple dumplings and of course, the famous turkey legs that are cooked over an open flame. The array of foods is overwhelming and sure to satisfy any cravings!

It is truly fun for the whole family since the Renaissance Festival also offers games, human-powered rides, and a Children’s Realm that features a castle playscape as well
as free activities for younger visitors. The Michigan Renaissance Festival invites everyone to celebrate along with us as we enter our 31st season. Huzzah and cheers for 31 years!

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival
renaissance
Image by Wigwam Jones
For 31 years, the Michigan Renaissance Festival has provided Holly with a unique venue that regularly attracts more than 220,000 visitors from Michigan and surrounding states.

When the Festival first began back in 1979 on the grounds of Columbiere in Clarkston, Michigan, the Renaissance Festival attracted under 11,000 patrons during our 5 weekend event. Years later the Festival found a more permanent home where it currently
stands, just 12 miles south of Flint on Dixie Highway.
The pageantry of a 16th century village is evident in the wide variety of activities. Entertainment is not only featured on sixteen stages, but in the lanes and on an interactive level with the patrons.

From peasants to royalty, the people of the village of Hollygrove visit with guests to provide a day to remember! Highlights include the thrilling full contact joust with armored knights and horses, the intensity of the Human Combat Chess Match and the hilarity of acts like the Washing Well Wenches, Ded Bob and Ample and Trite.

The Realm is filled with amazingly talented artisans who offer their unique wares and often share their skills in craft demonstrations. Beautiful glassware, crafted leather,
exotic jewelry and Renaissance clothing are just a few examples of the masterpieces that can be found in the marketplace.

Visitors are advised to skip breakfast and save their appetite for the fresh baked goods, soup in a bread bowl, Scotch eggs, apple dumplings and of course, the famous turkey legs that are cooked over an open flame. The array of foods is overwhelming and sure to satisfy any cravings!

It is truly fun for the whole family since the Renaissance Festival also offers games, human-powered rides, and a Children’s Realm that features a castle playscape as well
as free activities for younger visitors. The Michigan Renaissance Festival invites everyone to celebrate along with us as we enter our 31st season. Huzzah and cheers for 31 years!

2009 Michigan Renaissance Festival
renaissance
Image by Wigwam Jones
For 31 years, the Michigan Renaissance Festival has provided Holly with a unique venue that regularly attracts more than 220,000 visitors from Michigan and surrounding states.

When the Festival first began back in 1979 on the grounds of Columbiere in Clarkston, Michigan, the Renaissance Festival attracted under 11,000 patrons during our 5 weekend event. Years later the Festival found a more permanent home where it currently
stands, just 12 miles south of Flint on Dixie Highway.
The pageantry of a 16th century village is evident in the wide variety of activities. Entertainment is not only featured on sixteen stages, but in the lanes and on an interactive level with the patrons.

From peasants to royalty, the people of the village of Hollygrove visit with guests to provide a day to remember! Highlights include the thrilling full contact joust with armored knights and horses, the intensity of the Human Combat Chess Match and the hilarity of acts like the Washing Well Wenches, Ded Bob and Ample and Trite.

The Realm is filled with amazingly talented artisans who offer their unique wares and often share their skills in craft demonstrations. Beautiful glassware, crafted leather,
exotic jewelry and Renaissance clothing are just a few examples of the masterpieces that can be found in the marketplace.

Visitors are advised to skip breakfast and save their appetite for the fresh baked goods, soup in a bread bowl, Scotch eggs, apple dumplings and of course, the famous turkey legs that are cooked over an open flame. The array of foods is overwhelming and sure to satisfy any cravings!

It is truly fun for the whole family since the Renaissance Festival also offers games, human-powered rides, and a Children’s Realm that features a castle playscape as well
as free activities for younger visitors. The Michigan Renaissance Festival invites everyone to celebrate along with us as we enter our 31st season. Huzzah and cheers for 31 years!

( September 15, 2008 )

Cool Renaissance images

Check out these renaissance images:

Renaissance Center & GM World Headquarters
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Image by LadyDragonflyCC – **Morel Season**
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance_Center

www.buildingphotos.com/detroit/rencen.php

( September 3, 2008 )

Nice Renaissance photos

A few nice renaissance images I found:

Renaissance Anatomy Book Cover
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Image by Enokson
We featured a display of grade eight student work in the library. Students had created abecedarians and biographies for the Renaissance time period and shared them with parents and future students at our Spring Open House event.

Renaissance Festival Food Court
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Image by Kevin H.
The final day of the 2009 Maryland Renaissance Festival. Huzzah!

( September 1, 2008 )

Nice Renaissance photos

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Renaissance Third Floor
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Image by JoshMcConnell
Upstairs at The Renaissance.

renaissance fashions corset_5
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Image by rosesfaerie
smoke corset
renaissance fashions
at mythic faire 2011

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