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DIDGEMAN & SCARLETT

The didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu or didge) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians at least 1,500 years ago and is still in widespread usage today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or “drone pipe”. The Didgeman and Scarlett were voted best …

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PIPE MAJOR IAN BRIGGS

Pipe Major Ian Briggs previously played with the Pipe Band of the Scots Gaurd where he played regularly for the Changing of the Gaurd Ceremony at Buckingham Palace and he has travelled the world as a member of the British Airways Pipeband as well as winning numerous prestigious awards for his pipe playing. We are …

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CHIVALRY FOR CHILDREN

“Knighthood lies above eternity; it doesn’t live off fame, but rather deeds.” During their formative years, children are fascinated by the stories of heroes. In these legends and fairy tales, they find not only role  models, but also an opportunity to explore for themselves the endless possibilities inherent in their imagination and creativity. Even today, with the Internet …

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ACADAME DE DUELLO

The Acadam’e de Duello is a renaissance fencing club dedicated to the teaching of Renaissance Fencing as used from 1450 to 1750 AD based in Wichita, Kansas. “What is renaissance fencing?” Simply put, the European martial art of rapier fighting. The rapier was an effective, lightweight civilian weapon worn by nobles and scoundrels alike. The …

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SIR WILLIAM PAULET

Chief Herald, Knight of the Realm and the self proclaimed King of Hospitality – it just wouldn’t be the Great Plains Renaissance Festival without our favorite ambassador of good will and cheer greeting our patrons as they enter the festival grounds. Here’s a tip – if your visiting us for the very first time be sure to …

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