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While some fairs have canceled due to safety protocols, King Richard’s Faire plans to press on



Photo courtesy of Sean-Sweeney

While the past year has been full of fair and event cancellations due to COVID-19, one popular Southeastern Massachusetts tradition has renewed.

After skipping last year, the 40th Anniversary season of King Richard’s Faire in Carver will be looking to help you escape reality.

Entertainment, exciting rides and skilled games will greet you on the 80-acre site of King Richard’s Faire. Entertainers perform non-stop throughout the day while eight stages will consist of acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, minstrels, comedy acts, fire eaters, and puppeteers.

The King’s mounted knights battle on horseback and strolling performers will engage you throughout your visit.

For food options, pit-roasted giant turkey legs, boules of chowder and stew, ringlets of fryes, champagne, mead, wine and brew are among your choices.

Over 100 artisans will feature glass blowing, portrait painting, hand-spun pottery, sword making, jewelry, leather and armor, period clothing, moccasins, perfumes and scented oils, face painting, and psychic readings.

The Faire will be open on Saturdays & Sundays thru October 24, 2021 in addition to Labor Day Monday, September 6th and Columbus Day Monday, October 11th.

Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m.

It is their strong recommendation that all persons get vaccinated when available to them and if they are not vaccinated to wear a mask when visiting our the faire.

Tickets are available now.

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