The Children’s Festival returns to Nevada City’s Pioneer Park this month, mark your calendars for Friday, July 19th.  The one day Renaissance Fair has 2 sessions (9am-noon and 5-8pm).  The admission price of $3 includes arts & crafts, craftsmen, face painting, spinning, music, fencing demonstrations, magic show, Pirate Skool and Claude, the fire-breathing dragon.  Look for Pepper the Witch and Queen Elizabeth and her court, a bridge-guarding troll and a number of faeries.  Children of all ages are invited, costumes are encouraged.  The festival is sponsored by Gold Country Kiwanis and many local businesses, plus the support of more than 200 local volunteers who work tirelessly to bring this unique event to the children of Nevada County.  The Outside Inn’s blog has 2 pairs of tickets to give away, post a comment here and I’ll announce the winner on Monday, July 15th.  *Edited to say the winners are Megan and Sarah Whittaker.

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  1. Lisa Johnson
    Lisa Johnson says:

    Don’t forget the castle! So many wonderful activities for children of all ages! We’ll be there helping with the castle in the morning.

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  2. Daliddle1
    Daliddle1 says:

    In my opinion, this venue is the BEST that Nevada County has for everyone!!! If you have children, or even if you don’t, you MUST GO!!! It is so affordable too!!! Up won’t regret going… It’s all FUN, FUN, FUN! There’s adventure waiting around every corner! Looking forward to going again this year!

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  3. Megan
    Megan says:

    My children loved this festival over 30 years ago when it was produced by the Friends of the Library. I am glad it continues for more generations!

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  4. Rachel C.
    Rachel C. says:

    My daughter loves going to the children’s festival! She is incredibly artistic and they really do a great job helping children’s imaginations run wild. She even got to learn a little bit about fencing last year. Super fun!

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  5. Sarah Whittaker
    Sarah Whittaker says:

    The Festival is all things fun for kids! The yummiest part is the lemons with peppermint sticks!!

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  6. Sandie Smith
    Sandie Smith says:

    Boy this festival has sure grown through the years! Still a very nice event that doesn’t cost a lot of money for the kiddos in the summer.

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  7. Nena Caviness
    Nena Caviness says:

    We have two little knights who say they are very excited to see this festival for the first time. Thanks for the info! We’re excited to stay at the Outside Inn

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