Date: May 31 , 2002 until June, 2 2002
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on May 31th 2002
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on June 2th 2002
Their Excellencies Ralg and Tsuruko, Baron and Baroness of Dragons Laire, invite you to join with the populace, as we celebrate our 20th June Faire. May 31 through June 2nd atop a bluff overlooking Puget Sound, in Historic Port Gamble Washington for a weekend of combat, contests, fun and
June Faire has a new site, the town of Port Gamble. Scenic vistas, hundreds of acres of space and easy access make this site a jewel. Hone your martial skills, as this is the Tourney for the armored championship: fight for the honor of Baronial Champion. This year’s event will also feature many Rapier scenarios, including an all-you-can eat tourney. Archery fields, a dragon claw tourney, Bardic/Performance stages, a Garb Fashion Show and many other competitions.
There are plenty of opportunities for merchanting. Merchant fee is a requested donation of a prize for the Awards Chest. Come one and all, visit the gaming pavilion test your combat skills and revel in the ambiance of June Faire. This is our annual Demo for the public, you have the chance to show-off your best for the Modern’s enjoyment and your own gratification!
SITE: Friday 10 AM. to Sunday 5 PM. Open to the public Sat. & Sun. 10-5.
Fee is $10 per adult and $5 per child 5-12; under 5 is free, and modern family fee cap is $35. Site is dry during public hours; Wet after hours. Pets OK, owners must clean up pet treasures.
MERCHANTS: Contact Lady Ozanna at email@example.com Deadline
for space reservations is MAY 1st. Download an application at the medievalfaire.org website
ERIC SPACE RESERVATIONS / LARGE HOUSEHOLDS: Contact Lord Cedric at firstname.lastname@example.org
AUTOCRATS: Don Tyrus and Lady Brighid at email@example.com
DIRECTIONS: From Tacoma: I-5 North or South to Hwy. 16 (Exit # 132). Take Hwy 16 which turns into into Hwy. 3 North at Gorst. Stay on Hwy. 3 North all the way towards Hood Canal Bridge. At the Bridge HWY 3 turns into 104 (do not cross bridge). Follow HWY 104 to site. FROM the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry. Take hwy 104 out of town and follow to intersection with the Texaco.
Turn right and continue on 104 to site.