Hi to all of our supporters. In October, we will be at the Tennessee Medieval Faire and Tsubasacon. Hi to all of our supporters. In October, we will be at the Tennessee Medieval Faire and Tsubasacon. We will be at the Ironton Wizardfest on November 13 and November 14, 2021. Also, we will be at Kings Island Winterfest on select nights from November 26 to December 31, 2021 If you haven’t already read any of our blogs, here is a little background history about the Tennessee Medieval Faire .
Tennessee Medieval Faire is a medieval costumed outdoor festival to run the first 3 weekends in October. The Tennessee Medieval Faire is in their 6th season. The faire is owned and operated by Darkhorse Entertainment, LLC, is owned and operated by Lars Paulson and Barrie Blankenship Paulson. Lars has a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts and 40 years of experience in the entertainment industry, including being general manager of several large festivals. Barrie has a Master’s of Science in Consumer Economics, 30 years of experience in entrepreneurial businesses; and she toured professionally as a comedy/stunt performer, choreographer, and director. There is a pirate costumed outdoor festival to run the last 2 weekends in May, plus Memorial Day.
We’re still searching for a 15 passenger van to put everything in it. We started a Ko-fi Page! Ko-fi helps creators get support from fans of our work. Please support or follow our page! https://ko-fi.com/dragoncatleather . We set up a goal of $5000 to buy a van.
Setup for the Tennessee Medieval Faire was on Friday . There were about 45 plus vendors at the faire . It will be a good mix of vendors featuring some great talent at the fair. We arrived Friday at 7 pm and set up half the booth. We camped out for the weekend next to the Faire. A surprise rain shower with cold temperatures happened Friday night. We had to run out to Tractor Supply for wood chips for the wet ground. We finished the rest of the set up Saturday morning. Saturday and Sunday were beautiful days. It was the busiest weekend on record for us. I can’t wait for next year.
If you’re trying to make sure your packages arrive by Christmas, please refer to our blog for the dates that USPS and UPS estimate you need to ship by this year.
If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page. Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Tik Tok, and Youtube.