For years Bobby Guilbeau has indulged his love of cinnamon roasted nuts at regional faires. This brought him to an appreciation for the craft and led to him learning to make the delectable treats. Now he’s bringing them to Dragoncroft to share what he’s learned! Roasted fresh on site, just follow the aroma to Nutt’N Better and ask for a sample!
Amy Guilbeau enjoyed working at her local Ren Faire during the season to spend some time away from her traditional desk job. Over the years an idea was hatching to blend her love of cooking, fascination with history and pride in her Scottish heritage. In 2013, Henderson’s Hearth was born. Taking her mothers maiden name for the company. Now Henderson’s Hearth brings the traditional Celtic recipes for soups and baked goods, in the form of easy to prepare mixes, to 5 states and on-line at the website. Oh, and let’s not forget those jams! Amy has been participating in ALMFF since the first year and is proud to be a resident of the Keep!
All tickets must be purchased in advance, none will be available on the day of the Feast.
No tickets will be sold to anyone under 21.
Seating in Oak Hall is EXTREMELY limited, so reserve your place at the Feast and purchase your ticket NOW through PayPal using the button below
Well Met and Welcome
There will be a special volunteer rate for those who have labored onsite. Those tickets must be picked up in person on workdays
Flea Hop Pottery
You will certainly wish to visit Mistress Chris and her award winning pottery booth.
She takes commissions and specializes in mid-fire functional stoneware that is food safe, dish washer, microwave and oven safe and beautiful too.
Brad and Leif have a very distinctive cut leather work style that is famous throughout the nine realms.
Master Gene and Mistress Bev have an enchanted booth space with everything from medieval and pirate clothing to interesting what's it's from around the world!
The soap Master Merry & Mistress Erden make is of such fine quality that they are the Soapmakers to the Royal Court of DragonCroft. Using milk from their own goats and combining them with oils and simples from throughout the Seven Kingdoms, their soaps are a feast for the senses - they now only smell good, they feel good when you use them!
Alas, they can not bring their goats nor will there be a beard contest at the Christmas Market (both are greatly appreciated at Faire!). But make haste to come try their beard oil - King Gregory himself makes use of it!
Christmas at the Keep is brought to you in response to the Question:
"Where can we find good quality faire and festival wear, accoutrements, art and such before faire?" and "Where can I get gifts for my medieval faire loving friends and family?"
Here's your chance to see and shop a medieval village at Yule! The Market is open on December 14 from 10 am until 5 pm. Entry is FREE but please understand that this is NOT a faire.
No jousting or performers but a great artisan crafted Christmas shopping event where you will find amazing, artisan crafted, one of a kind gifts for your entire Christmas list.
Below are a few of the vendors and artisans that will be setting up for this event.
This is also the date for the King's Yule Feast. The feast begins at 5:30 pm with Kingdom honors and distinctions and concludes with entertainment, 5 sumptuous courses and tastings so you must be 21 (or older) to attend. Tickets for the feast are $35 per person