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Sacred Ground

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Before Sherwood Celtic Music Festival opened for this season, that Saturday morning I was making my rounds saying hello and thanking the vendors and all for participating. Believe me, it’s important to thank the artisans and artisans because many times the weather or lack of attendance weigh heavy on them…as this is their livelyhood (and […]

A Changing of Seasons

Posted by Rengypsy on Sunday, September 13th, 2015

Tens of thousands of years ago, man began a journey toward civilization…an evolution of the human consciousness away from mere survival and one toward planning and development. In the caves of southern France, we can witness the evidence of man finding both the time and desire to express himself/herself through art. New tools were invented. […]

Faire, its attraction to many…   

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, June 1st, 2015

Have you ever considered what it is about faire that has allowed the “business” to survive and even prosper these last 50 years? It is, from my perspective, because it offers so much—so many different facets—to so many. For some, it is an escape from the humdrum existence of the mundane life…where one can dress […]

Vendor Update (5/8/2015)

Posted by Brian on Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Here we address renewal contracts received (or not); Facebook marketing in the off-season; the process of applying to build a booth; and attendance records going back to our inception.

The Sherwood Crier – Oct 2014

Posted by Brian on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Please give a hearty welcome to Tamara Brock and Toni Cadena, new co-editors of the revived Sherwood Crier!  The Crier is back with us after a year-long hiatus.  This month, learn about Tobar Tinker’s Pawn and Repair Shoppe, the history of Much, the miller’s son; a glimpse of camping culture at Sherwood; a recap of recent activities […]

Letter from a Summer Camp Parent

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Dear Sherwoodians, Sometime the muses move me to write.  Sometime others write me with words more meaningful and heart-touching than I could ever write. This is a letter I received from one of our patrons and a mother of a summer camper.  With all humility and appreciation, we thank each of you for making Sherwood […]

A Tribute to Texas Renaissance Festival

Posted by Rengypsy on Saturday, September 6th, 2014

The sixth season approaches back-dropped against TRF’s 40th season. My goodness. I think I will spend this time of rambling about the faire experience and why I think many of us came to this place in our lives where we would don ourselves in costume and take on a character from the inner recesses of […]

When the Newness is Gone

Posted by Rengypsy on Friday, June 27th, 2014

Sherwood celebrated its 5th season this year. It was cold much of the first half. Rain threats kept folk at a distance—until the end—and then we experienced record crowds. Our patron base is remarkable. Even on a horrid day with rain and close to freezing weather, some 700+ loyal Sherwoodians came out. We closed the […]

we dream

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

we are a strange species.  we dream.  we vision.  we are more than today and this presence.  we plan.  we create structures and monuments and systems and paradigms that will last a thousand years or more.  we stand atop pillars and see tomorrow.  it seems to set us apart from others of nature. and thus, […]

Sherwood, Five Years Later

Posted by Rengypsy on Thursday, December 12th, 2013

In less than two months, the gates of Sherwood Forest Faire open for the 5th season.  And it is time for a bit of reflection and visioning. In the mystic studies, there is this belief that when one has in one’s mind that which seems right and good and in line with the forces of […]

The Sherwood Crier – Sep 2013

Posted by beata on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

  This issue is all about the Sherwood Celtic Music Festival and Highland Games! Tap your toes to the music of EJ Jones, Brizeus, and Clandestine, and plan your shopping spree at Four Quarters.  Also, read about the behind-the-scenes unsung heroes of Sherwood and see Mab Middlin off on a new adventure! The Sherwood Crier […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jul 2013

Posted by beata on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

In this issue, enter the whimsical world of Tweet Tweet Dynasty, get a taste of Scotland through the music of Ed Miller, keep up with our entertainers’  upcoming gigs and shows with our new Sherwood 360 section, and learn…once again…that in an adventure with Mab Middlin, things are not always what they seem.  The Sherwood […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jun 2013

Posted by beata on Monday, June 17th, 2013

In this issue, learn about Sherwood Forest Summer Camp, an adventure for kids aged 7-15, which is entering its second year. Also get ready for the Sherwood Celtic Music Festival! Explore all things Celtic at Things Celtic, sway to the wondrous melodies of Diane Linn (The Bard O’Neill), visit our all new Classified Ads section, […]

Posted by beata on Monday, June 17th, 2013

In this issue, get ready for the Sherwood Celtic Festival…explore all things Celtic at Things Celtic, sway to the wondrous melodies of Diane Linn (The Bard O’Neill), visit our all new Classified Ads section, and enjoy an identity crisis Mab Middlin style. The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us to […]

Out of the Mouths of Babes

Posted by Rengypsy on Sunday, May 26th, 2013

Just as this season had its share of challenges for us at Sherwood, my life as a father of a 14 year old son with teenage angst also offered hurdles to overcome.  I realize I am at best a half-ass parent, but after searching the libraries of the world, I have found no “parenting without […]

Transitions

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Sherwood Forest Faire has completed its fourth season as a medieval faire. Sherwood is now well over five years old as a living, breathing organism—an assembling of people, dreams, ideas, art, desires, theater, plants, animals, water, sand, history, and much, much more. Sherwood is a wonderful experiment of community based on basic principles that we […]

The Sherwood Crier – May 2013

Posted by beata on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

In this issue, get foolish with Fool Hearty, learn about all things clay with Good Sun, see the world through the fascinating lens of Hans Bauer’s camera, and take a walk down memory lane with Mab Middlin. The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and […]

Something is different about this faire experience!

Posted by Brian on Monday, January 21st, 2013

I read the forums, the yahoo chats, Facebook, and other social media concerning faire, and there seems to be something different about Sherwood. Recently, a lady posted in renaissancefestival.com: “This year will be my first year for my group to visit SherwoodForest Fair, we usually just hit TRF and Scarborough but have heard so many […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jan 2013

Posted by beata on Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

In this issue…you’ll delight in the wondrous creations of Saorsa Studios, learn a trick or two from Karma, brush up on your Ren-Speak, join Mab in a mad dash to save her hat, and have the chance to WIN TICKETS by completing the new puzzle! The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us […]

The Sherwood Crier – Dec 2012

Posted by beata on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

In this issue: meet Queen Elizabeth I, benevolent monarch of a neighboring kingdom; explore the eclectic wonders of Firefly Art Studio; be entranced by the music of Kaade of the Woods; wander the forest with Mab and a mysterious stranger; and WIN TICKETS TO SHERWOOD with the Holiday Puzzle Contest! The Sherwood Crier is our […]

The Sherwood Crier – Oct 2012

Posted by beata on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

In this issue… run full tilt into The New Riders of the Golden Age, find out how you can get pawned off with Tobar Tinker, and Mab Middlin goes on vacation! The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been […]

The Sherwood Crier – Sep 2012

Posted by Brian on Monday, September 17th, 2012

In this issue, read all about the upcoming 2nd Annual Sherwood Celtic Music Festival, vendor Singletree, and band Saxon Moon! The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format. Contributions of […]

The Spirit of Sherwood

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

I sat Saturday night at the edge of the Seven Sisters watching Huerta Cultures, a fantastic Austin band, set up; it had been a great volunteer day at Sherwood and the Gathering was a success.  As I gazed up at the full moon overhead a tremendous feeling overcame me: Faire is organic…it is spiritual and […]

The Sherwood Crier – Aug 2012

Posted by beata on Thursday, August 16th, 2012

In this issue, be swept away by the wonderful sea shanties of the Rambling Sailors, learn all about the amazing healing power to be found in Medicine Stones, hear about the First Annual Beach Invasion, and follow the continuing adventures and misadventures of Mab Middlin…Ace Reporter for the Sherwood Crier. The Sherwood Crier is our […]

Summer Camp Photos

Posted by Brian on Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

View photos from Sherwood Forest Summer Camp here: http://flickr.com/sherwoodforestfaire

The Sherwood Crier – Jul 2012

Posted by beata on Friday, July 6th, 2012

In this issue, browse through all things book in the House of Achill, travel back to medieval times with the music of the Tulstin Troubadours, meet the enigmatic man known as The Artist, and get a sneak peak at Sherwood’s Summer Camp. Oh yes, and let’s not forget the continued adventures and misadventures of the […]

Random Musings

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, June 11th, 2012

This weekend, i spent much of the time buying and delivering items for the summer youth camp coming up at Sherwood in a month. My family joined me in delivering all the multitudes of items to Cori Roberts, our Camp Director.  My wife, Hazel, met with a Sherwoodian, Paul, who has been at Sherwood since […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jun 2012

Posted by beata on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

Learn all about the Sherwood Summer Camp in this month’s issue of the Crier!  PLUS, explore the wondrous creations of Abzu Designs, and take a peek into the adventures of our world famous juggler, Paolo Garbanzo!  Don’t forget to check out the Sherwood on Parade article and learn how YOU can join our parades throughout […]

Looking Back at the 2012 Season

Posted by Rengypsy on Thursday, April 12th, 2012

the signs have been stored. the booths emptied and locked up for the season.  the tents and campers all gone…and the forest is quiet, except for the birds, frogs and occasional winds rustling through the tress.  but the spirit of sherwood permeates the grounds.  and the stones of the seven sisters exudes the energies of […]

The Sherwood Crier – Nov 2011

Posted by beata on Sunday, November 27th, 2011

The Sherwood Crier is our (generally) monthly newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format. Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome! To submit your piece, please contact […]

The Sherwood Crier – Oct 2011

Posted by Brian on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format. Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome! To submit your piece, please email […]

December Gathering

Posted by Brian on Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

This event takes place 2-4 Dec 2011. Weekend schedule Friday 4pm – Campground gates open – come one, come all to set up your campsites! Saturday 10am-2pm – Volunteer opportunities (picking up limbs, removing stumps, leveling pathways, painting, planting, etc) 1pm – 4pm – Job Fair.  Come meet our staff and our vendors who are […]

Year Three of a Dream

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, October 24th, 2011

Sherwood, ancient in legend, engraved in the heritage and myth of western man, Robin of the Hood, Friar Tuck, Little John, Maid Marian, and the rest of the Merry Men, The eternal struggle of between the rich and the poor, between the just and the unjust, between the elites and common man, between real and […]

The Sherwood Crier – Sep 2011

Posted by Brian on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

At long last, a new issue of the Crier!  Please welcome our new editor, Beata Gillis!  Her creativity and exuberance for this project are matched only by her beauty, and give us high hopes for many fun, informative and entertaining issues of the Crier in our future! If you would like to provide feedback, submit […]

Photo contest winners!

Posted by Brian on Monday, September 19th, 2011

Grand Prize (6) Sherwood Celtic Festival Adult Admission Tickets OR (1) 2012 Sherwood Forest Faire Friends of Faire Membership $50 Gift Certificate for Shire Silversmith or Souvenir Shoppe (good for one year) Awarded to:  Michelle Clark, Lufkin TX Score: 286 Winning Photo: Second Prize (4) Sherwood Celtic Festival Tickets OR (1) 2012 Sherwood Forest Faire […]

We’re still kicking!

Posted by Brian on Saturday, September 10th, 2011

The Bastrop fires came within one mile of Sherwood, but we were spared.  Not so for several members of the Sherwood community.  Several have lost their homes and everything they own, and many are still evacuated and unsure of the fate of their homes. At much the same time as the fires were raging, we […]

Amidst the Loss

Posted by Brian on Friday, September 9th, 2011

Our Texas Faire community has experienced significant losses this year due to fires.  Scarby had a fire that destroyed property and took the life of a kind and generous rennie, Will the Pickle Man.  The Bastrop fires have burned over 1000 homes, some being those of brothers and sisters of Sherwood.  Folk around Texas Renaissance […]

Family, Community, and a Hundred Generations From Now…

Posted by Rengypsy on Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

We were born into a family.  Our parents’ blood runs through our veins, as their parents’ and grandparents’ did before them. We feel some connection to our name, to the place where we were born, where we were raised.  But, as we become older, as friends from our childhood fade into distant memories, as the […]

The Little Girl and the Drums

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

I have spoken about the desire and mission of Sherwood being the development of a sense of tribe or community.  It is a core value of our business and our souls.  The transmission of traditions, values, mores, and rituals from generation to generation is paramount for Sherwood to be enduring.  The time since we closed […]

After the Dust has Settled…a look back on 2011

Posted by Rengypsy on Saturday, April 16th, 2011

We will call this “The Year of Sand”…and sand there was. We put down $6000 of mulch, so just imagine how much worse it could have been. The result of no significant rainfall for 9 months. But we survived it in grand fashion. Sherwood’s second year was memorable, meaningful and rewarding. While we are still […]

July Gathering

Posted by Brian on Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

This event takes place 1-4 Jul 2011 and is free of charge. Due to continuing drought no private campfires will be allowed anywhere on Sherwood Forest Faire property this weekend. Weekend schedule Friday 4pm – Campground gates open – come one, come all to set up your campsites! Saturday 10am – 2pm – Volunteer opportunities […]

The Spirit of Sherwood

Posted by Rengypsy on Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

My blessings at Sherwood are overwhelming. On a daily basis, George and I have folk from all over who extend a thanks or praise for bringing Sherwood into existence. It is rewarding, humbling and meaningful; but, let’s be clear: we are only the catalyst for the artistic and creative spirit within many who have longed […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jan 2011

Posted by Brian on Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter. This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format. Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome! To submit your piece, please email […]

Let Mme. Ghislane show you how it’s done!

Posted by Brian on Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Wine tastings take place on Feb 26-27 & Mar 26 & 27 only.

Sponsors

Posted by Brian on Saturday, January 1st, 2011

Sherwood Forest Faire is very thankful to Brown Distributing Company, the Central Texas Budweiser distributor, and especially the Ziegenbock brand, for making a bet with us in our inaugural year. The good folks at Brown not only kept the faire (via Renaissance Beverage Company) fully stocked with great beer but were tremendously helpful in our […]

Happy Holidays

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Greetings and well met! We had a phenomenal gathering earlier this month with 400-500 people showing.  Some stayed in the camp grounds and worked on their clan camping areas.  Some came for the Job Fair or Casting Call and departed when your tasks were done.  But lots of you hung around for the pot luck […]

2011 Prize Giveaways

Posted by Brian on Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Every Saturday from now until February 12th we will be giving away prizes to lucky members of our “General Interest” mailing list!  Sign up now for a chance to win! Please visit the websites of our generous vendors who have contributed prizes! Winners are selected at random on Saturdays between January 1st and February 12th […]

Casting Call

Posted by Autouloucous on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Ahoy! Zane Baker here from Sherwood Forest Faire – For 2011 our company needs apprentice actors, and other levels of actors, who are willing to perform on a pass-for-play agreement. We need: Faeries Pirates Merry men and women (to join Robin Hood and Maid Marian’s band of outlaws) Deputies, Baliffs, Misers, and Nobles (to join […]

The Sherwood Crier – Nov 2010

Posted by Brian on Thursday, November 18th, 2010

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter.  This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format.  Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome!   To submit your piece, please email sherwoodcrier@sherwoodforestfaire.com. The Crier has […]

Trust

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, November 15th, 2010

As I have walked around Texas Renaissance festival this season, I have been approached often by folk saying how much they like Sherwood and leaving us a bit of caution, as well.  “Don’t lose your soul in the business,”  said a lady to me this weekend.   “Don’t get too large too quickly that you forget […]

The Sherwood Crier – Oct 2010

Posted by Brian on Friday, October 15th, 2010

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter.  This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format.  Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome!   To submit your piece, please email sherwoodcrier@sherwoodforestfaire.com. The Crier has […]

Magic in the Air

Posted by Rengypsy on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

Sherwood Forest Faire is a vibrant, alive and dynamic organism.  It is changing, evolving, and in a constant state of becoming.  George and I are transfixed at the its development…and feel very humbled to be even a small part of what is happening in these enchanted woods.  I received an email from Lady Songbird shortly […]

New in 2011

Posted by Brian on Monday, September 27th, 2010

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The Sherwood Crier – Sep 2010

Posted by Brian on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter.  This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format.  Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome!   To submit your piece, please email sherwoodcrier@sherwoodforestfaire.com. The Crier has […]

Community Amidst a Business

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Sherwood is a business.  It is a desire of ours that the business is successful and prosperous.  We have invested a fair amount of money and time and analysis to make this happen.  But why a renaissance festival?  Why not a fast food chain or a service industry business? Both George and I have been […]

Looking toward 2011

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Six months from now the Second Annual Sherwood Forest Faire will open its gates and welcome in a new season of merriment, theatre and song.  But more importantly, it will begin another year of growth and evolution for this social experiment in community. Well over two years ago, a vision was put forth in the […]

The Sherwood Crier – Aug 2010

Posted by Brian on Sunday, August 15th, 2010

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter.  This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format.  Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome!   To submit your piece, please email sherwoodcrier@sherwoodforestfaire.com. […]

The Sherwood Crier – Jul 2010

Posted by Brian on Thursday, July 15th, 2010

The Sherwood Crier is our monthly off-season newsletter.  This publication allows us to share what we have been doing onsite and what has been happening in the SWFF community in a traditional format.  Contributions of photos, stories, anecdotes and news from faire participants, volunteers, or friends are always welcome!   To submit your piece, please email sherwoodcrier@sherwoodforestfaire.com. […]

Retrospect and Forward

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

i have spent the last six weeks dealing with my father having suffered a major stroke the last week of sherwood. it’s been a difficult time, to certain. the finiteness of our lives, the lack of control, the realities that we are all but grains of sand on a vast ocean…and waves wash us where […]

What a Ride!

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

I haven’t written much lately. Apologies. But it is hard to write when living a dream. The allure is to dive head first into the dream and experience the wonderment of the colors and sounds, the feelings all about that tickle and warm. Dear sojourners, this has been an unbelievable excursion into the realm of […]

Beautiful Beginning

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, March 8th, 2010

The First Annual Sherwood Forest Faire is well under way.  We are dreaming in color and three dimensions.  We’ve pinched ourselves many times to see if we will wake up, but the dream just persists…and so many of your shining, beautiful faces are all around us in this dream. It’s been amazing trip to get […]

Providence or Chance

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Last night around 5:30pm, I sat in George A’s office adjacent to his home in Houston as he signed the partnership agreements and various and sundry other legal documents which made him half owner in the land and a major partner in the ownership of Sherwood. George A is an accomplished businessman. He is a […]

A Wonderful Story Unfolding

Posted by Rengypsy on Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

In Hindu philosophy, there is the belief that all souls, all spirits, are on this tremendous journey back to the source of everything–like a drop of water finding its way back to the ocean. Western thought sees time in a much more linear fashion. But regardless, our souls are traversing this land.  We are seeking […]

Autumnal Equinox

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, September 21st, 2009

Tis the last day of summer in Sherwood, some one hundred and fifty odd days until the gates open for the First Annual Sherwood Forest Faire on February 27th, 2010 (1189).  There is still much to do before that Saturday morning. And yet, our hearts are light and our spirits soar with excitement.  Since the […]

The Seven Sisters

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Dear Friends, Good news.  The container which holds the stones to make our Celtic Circle, The Seven Sisters, has cleared four governmental inspections after being held up for almost two weeks.  Also in the ocean container are many items for Sherwood Forest Faire, including: Medieval Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows, Signage, Spirit Men Wood Carvings, a Statue […]

Aug 9th Aftermath

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, August 10th, 2009

Another Gathering concluded this weekend. Fantastic turnout. The spirit in the Forest was strong. Energies were bubbling with encouragement. I met many I did not know and received a handful of new applications and contracts. Our number of vendors exceeds eighty at present. There are many folk who approached us about volunteering. We had a […]

Summer of 2009

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Today, we are installing shingles and tin on faire booths. One of the guys is constructing a make-shift shower for the August 8th Gathering. Next week, the poles will go up for Maid Marian’s Chapel. And there are 219 days before Sherwood Forest Faire opens its gates for the first year. We have received approximately […]

Our Timeline

Posted by Rengypsy on Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

The summer months are upon us. Approximately 240 days remain before the Faire opens its gates for the first time. There is much happening on the grounds. Before the next Gathering scheduled for August 8 th, beginning at 5pm, we will have completed the rough structures for four drink booths, two faire vendor booths, the […]

Some Thoughts

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, June 15th, 2009

When we are willing to share ownership, when we are able to give up control to others, we risk chaos, theft, betrayal, and ruin: but when we allow others responsibility, when we offer friends, family and newly found sojourners along a similar path as ours to share the burden, as well as the opportunity to […]

June 13th Gathering

Posted by Rengypsy on Monday, May 18th, 2009

Our next gathering at Sherwood Forest Faire will be June 13th, from 4pm-late.  Camping is welcome.  Supervised kiddos’ running around adds to the excitement.  Same scenario as past gatherings: walking tours, ale and soft drinks, folk may bring cover dishes for non-liquid sustenance, campfire in the evening… Communion of common souls, interested vendors and patrons, […]

A Community is Beginning

Posted by Rengypsy on Sunday, April 26th, 2009

The outing has concluded. The cups picked up, the kegs floated, the sound of footsteps as folk walk the grounds silenced, the laughter and play of kids gone home to prepare for school on Monday. And we are honored and pleased with the turnout.  Well over a hundred showed up to tour the grounds, offer […]

Sherwood Forest – Our Promise

Posted by Rengypsy on Saturday, April 18th, 2009

We are working tirelessly on Sherwood Forest Faire…and our aims are several. We want the faire to accomplish several simultaneous objectives: 1) Build on the genius of the founders of the renaissance faire experience, like mar. George Coulomb, owner/president/creator of Texas renaissance festival.  We want the faire to be run as an entertainment business with […]