Everything We Saw At Kentuckiana Medieval Faire

The ladies and lords of Kentuckiana turned out for the Medieval Faire at The Enchanted Forest in New Albany this Saturday. There was Irish dancing and music, wares for sale and someone sporting ram horns. What more could you want from your weekend?

Anna Blanton, Charlie Blanton and Chris Fargen with Croghan’s Crossing, an Irish band.
Catherine Fargen performed an Irish dance with Croghan’s Crossing at the Kentuckiana Medieval Faire on Saturday.
The Enchanted Forest is the outdoor music venue component of Floyd County Brewing Co. in New Albany.
Aaron Mackison holds one of his handmade wands at the Medieval Faire on Saturday. Mackison has been playing the character Willem Stouthorn for the past 20 years and sells a variety of handcrafted items such as wands, staffs, knives and canes that glow or light up.
Catherine Fargen with the Ryan Academy of Irish Dance taught a class at the Kentuckiana Medieval Faire.
Participants enjoyed themselves while learning an Irish dance on Saturday.
Participants enjoyed themselves while learning an Irish dance on Saturday.
Drunk & Sailor played a rousing set.
Nadia Melaisis, Sam Riddick and Mitchell Taylor participated in a drum circle at the Medieval Faire on Saturday.
Drunk & Sailor.
Raven’s Roost Boutique sells its magical instruments.
A drum circle. Or is it a line?
Hekas Creative is a witch and artist.