Diane’s beautiful stained glass, The Glass Menagerie, was set up across from it.
During the weekend we saw various entertainment presentations including singers, instrumentalists, dancers, and jugglers. Many people there were dressed for the occasion, in costumes representative of the Renaissance era, and it was such fun seeing all the interesting variations. These vendors were next to us!
Across from us was a vendor who made sculptures from shells...
And my friend Judi, below, was vending her wonderful Renaissance Garb and Notions!
I caught one of the singers performing in the gazebo!
And the Renaissance dancers performed very near our tent. They were dressed in costumes made entirely of rags!
Some of the people who attended were also dressed in costumes. They really added to the festive atmosphere as they shopped at the various booths.
And on this warm, humid weekend, you could always cool off by visiting the dragon - who was dragging the "Dragon Ice Cream" cart everywhere!
Everything in the park was decorated. Our booth was near this lovely little bridge, over a tiny water feature. The bridge looked so festive decked in flowers! On the other side there were some tents, since some of the vendors came from quite a distance and spent the night in the park.
Diane and I really enjoyed this show. It was the first year we had participated in it, but we are planning on returning next year and having another wonderful time!