This weekend was full of food, fun and even a king and queen.
The Great Bend Renaissance Fair was held this weekend at the Brit Spaugh Park.
Even though the weather was not favorable, the entertainment and venders were still fun to see.
“The acts this year were great,” said fest organizer David LeRoy. “Best lineup we had so far.”
There were four different acts this year. These acts included: Crazy Boy Coy the fire breather and juggler, Ez ‘n Dill folk music and Celtic music performers, Thistle Green Celtic and pirate song performer, and Ian Briggs bag piper. The king and queen were also present throughout the weekend knighting the children.
There were venders selling all kinds of different items, from feathers to swords. A food vender was also on hand selling turkey legs and other food items along with drinks.
This years event marks the six year anniversary for the renaissance fair.
For more information on next year’s event contact David LeRoy at 620-792-4933.