Shopping and drinking mead is always fun, but as a consummate faire goer, here are some of my favorite activities.
  1. Visit the knife throwers!
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    Arnold and Stewart are a father/duo that never fail to make me laugh. The show is a little bawdy, but still fun for kids!
  2. Eat something ridiculous
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    Meat on a stick, bbq sundaes, turkey legs. Have an adventure and eat something silly.
  3. Put your friends in the stocks.
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  4. Visit the Queen and watch her dance and recite Shakespeare
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  5. Listen to the Dulcimer
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  6. See the Fairies prance
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    They're always so lovely
  7. Hair braiding!
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    If you take care of it, it can last for up to a week! You might need to enlist a friend to help take it out, though.
  8. Archery!
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    Maybe you can be as cool as me, and hit a bullseye!
  9. Kiss your SO in the Kissing Bridge!
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  10. Watch the joust!
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    The day is over until you've watched a bunch of men on horses try to knock each other off
  11. Look cute AF
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    Costumes are not required for you to have a great time at the Faire, but even in plain clothes, sometimes it's fun to throw on a hip scarf or a pirate hat!