2005 Four Winds Faire Information
Event:Eleventh Annual Four Winds Faire
Dates:Saturdays and Sundays for six weekends, March 12 through April
Hours:10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Tickets:$10 for Adults, $5 for Children (ages 5 -12), children age 4
and under are free.
Season Passes: $20for Adults, $10for Children
Advance Discount Tickets: Available until March 1, 2005, advance
tickets may be
purchased at $8for Adults and $4for Ozildren. Topurchase advance
tickets, send check
or money orderpayable to Dustin Stephens to:
Four Winds Renaissance Faire
Attn: Dustin Stephens
P.O. Box 1467
Whitehouse, TX 75791
Discount Studmt Tickets: Schools may purchase discounted student
tickets in bulk (100tickets of more). For more information, contact
Dustin or Kristin Stephens
P.O. Box 1467
Whitehouse, TX 75791
March 12-13: Family Adventure
Bring your family andfriends for Family Adventure Weekend. This
weekend only, one child 12 and under will be admitted free with
eachpaid adult and Seniors 65+ will receive half off adult admission!
March19-20: Highland/Irish Weekend
Join us as we celebrateCeltic music, dress and heritage. The
highlight of the weekend will be the Highland Games, a competition
of strength and skill. Even if you don't know a caberfrom a catapult,
come out and cheer on your favorite kilted competitor. This weekend,
everyone can be Scotch / Irish!
March 26 -27: Tolkien Festival
Come dressed as your favorite "Lord of tIre Rings" character or
creature from J.R.R. Tolkien's belovedtale. Celebration includes a
Costume Contest and demonstrations of Elven archery at the Archery
April 2 - 3: Festival of Fools Celebration
In honor of jesters, jokers and makers of mirth, come dressed in
your brightest costume and don a colorful masque to celebrate a
weekend full of merry-making and foolery.
April 9 - 10: Celebration of Romance & Chivalry
Romance and chivalry are very much alive at Four Winds! Bring your
sweetheart and experience the romance of the Renaissance era. Enjoy
the chivalrous endeavors of our gallant Knights as they give tribute
to the lovely ladies at the Royal Jousting Arena with a flower for
April 16 -17: BuccaneerWeekend
What better way to end our festivals season than to be invaded by
cutthroats and pirates! Join in thefun and adventure on thisfinal
weekend of the season. Our specialguest comedy ad, '7he Ladies of the
Salty Kiss" and our musical pirate singers will combine comedy and
pirate music for your entertainment.
.:. A fully interactive 17tllcentury villagefilled with artisans,
craftsmen, vendors of unique wares from across the country, and
interesting costumed charactersfrom "The ThreeMusketeers. "
.:. Internationally ranked knights performing historically
accuratejousts twice daily in the new jousting arena.
.:. Dashing sword duelists exhibiting their skill at arms throughout
the day in live chessmatdres and heroic chargesagainst enemy canons.
.:. Minstrels, magicians,jugglers, dance troupes, and other
performersshowcase their talents throughout the day on the Faire's
.:. Interactive 17tllcentury living history military encampment
featuring "Colonel Walter Butler's Dragoons. "
.:. Onsite concessionsoffering period cuisine and beverageswith two
.:. Modern handicap-accessiblerestrooms.
.:. BYOB site. Alcoholic beveragesmust be in a tankard, mug orflask.
No open containers allowed.
.:. Reasonably rated campgrounds nearfaire site, featuring RV hook-
ups and shower-house with handicap-accessiblerestrooms.
Come and see us.