We drove two hours to this fair with some of the children not really knowing what to expect. The fact that it was free was a HUGE bonus. What we met with was incredible. The historical accuracy of this event is amazing and the fact that the re-enactors are genuinely interested in educating the public about their particular area of interest is fantastic.
Since it is a smaller event, there aren't enormous crowds for children to get lost in. Also, this allows for a greater amount of interaction between attendees and the re-enactors. My kids were able to take part in hands-on presentations, from wearing armor and taking a swing of the sword, to making Viking whipcord. It was truly a unique and memorable experience and we look forward to attending future events.
I am the owner of the Missouri Renaissance Festival which was held July 2010 only and has since been defunct. The photo attached to this listing is not of the Cast and Crew of MoRF; I have that photo in my possession. I appreciate your promotion of my event but respectfully request that you also add that this trademarked and fully licensed event has been defunct since close of the 2010 season.
Thank you for your assistance,
Ms. Kittye Williams
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