NH Renaissance Faire offered all a merry old time
Finnegan is one of dozens of Renaissance performers and stage actors from all over New England who made the trek to the fairgrounds at 9 Thorne Road over the weekend for the 10th annual affair, which also runs next Saturday and Sunday.
The Faire, said manager Marc Bernier, has more than quadrupled in terms of vendors, volunteers and patrons, in the last 10 years.
The New Hampshire Renaissance Faire is a registered 501c3 nonprofit; proceeds this year go to the New Hampshire Food Bank and Rockingham Meals on Wheels.
Admission is $12 for adults, $8 for children 5 and over, and free for younger children. Active military personnel and veterans receive $2 off with proper identification.
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