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Fergus Medieval Faire July 28

FERGUS - Hear ye, hear ye! The Fergus Medieval Faire is coming to downtown Fergus on July 28 from 11am to 6pm.

Events and activities will include: a medieval re-enactment group, archery and swordsmanship, knight fighting (youth), interactive armour display, a Viking encampment, falconry demonstration with live birds of prey display, traditional textile artist and artisan exhibit, iron forge, Steel and Steed Equestrian - medieval horse rides, puppet show and medieval crafts for kids and medieval fairy tale story telling.

Downtown businesses will provide their own events, promotions and specials. A town crier will roam the crowds and announce all business events taking place.  

Check out the welcome centre in front of the library and get a Medieval Faire passport to all the games, events and activities.  

This free event is funded in part by the Fergus BIA, Grand River Agricultural Society and Regional Tourism Organization4 Inc.

July 20, 2018

 
 

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