Thursday May 28th 2015
(Closed to the public)
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friday Night Community Show
Friday May 29th 2015
(Open to the public)
6:00pm to 8:30pm
Saturday May 30th 2015
(Open to the public)
10:00am to 5:00pm
Stay tuned for our 2015 Festival Day schedule!
(Sample 2014 Show Schedule)
Festival Day Admission
- $15.00 per Family (Parents &
Children, 5 people or less)
- Pets are allowed as long as they
are people and animal friendly, on a leash, and their owners must clean up
- People who arrive in costume may
carry weapons as long as they are sheathed and peace tied.
- People in costume receive 10% off
all Robin in the Hood Card Game Purchases
Robin in the Hood Medieval Festival was started in 2000 as the brainchild
of local drama teacher DJ Carroll. DJ’s background in theatre,
history and professional performance allowed him to pull together
all of his talents to create something wonderful. By calling on
his drama students, community members, professional performers,
service clubs and other sponsors the first annual Robin in the Hood
Medieval Festival was born.
Our festival promotes a family friendly environment
to educate people about life in the middle ages. Audiences of all
ages are dazzled by magic shows, knights in battle, jesters, musicians,
jugglers, comedy and of course archery. We also have numerous merchants
on hand selling jewellery, leather goods, armour, toys and other
period novelties as well as a gypsy fortune teller.
The festival is a two day event which features
and education day on the Friday where we have close to 1000 grade
four students come out and learn about medieval life. These students
rotate through a series of hands on workshops that allow a first
hand look into history. Our festival day is on the Saturday where
we open the park to the public and everyone is welcome to come and
experience our shows, merchants, and food while becoming part of
the on going plot for the day.
Huzahh! Come join Robin Hood's merry band of
outlaws and pull one over on the Sheriff of Nottingham.
Robin in the Hood Medieval Festival