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ESCONDIDO – Queens, knights, lords and ladies roam the grounds of Felicita Park for the annual Escondido Renaissance Faire on Saturday.

Visitors dressed in their finest threads exchanged “Good Morrows,” and “Fare thee wells,” with each other during the two day event on May 3 and May 4 put on by Gold Coast Festivals.

Another Renaissance Faire is scheduled for two weekends in the fall beginning Sept. 20.

Visitors have the chance to learn some medieval fighting skills at the Renaissance Faire. Photo by Tony Cagala“Lord Clover” challenges his might in a club holding contest. He held onto the club for 46 seconds. Photo by Tony CagalaJared Jefferson receives an award for winning the archery contest from Tara Poole, as the Queen. Photo by Tony CagalaTara Pool, as the Queen, knights a patron. Photo by Tony CagalaJacob Danielson, left, gives the rope a tug against his opponent in a tug of war match. Photo by Tony CagalaJesus Pina takes some medieval punishment. Photo by Tony CagalaFaye Card, left, and Emily Bennion are members of the Queen’s Court. Photo by Tony CagalaSandy Draper on Indiana, or “Sir Indy” for the Renaissance Faire on May 3 in Escondido’s Felicita Park. Indiana is a 20-year-old approved Friesian Horse. Photo by Tony CagalaAn archer prepares a shot for the archery contest. Photo by Tony CagalaAn archer prepares for the archery contest. Photo by Tony Cagala
Ansel Leos, left, and Derek Dawson see who the last man standing is during a game of tug of war. Photo by Tony Cagala
Ansel Leos, left, and Derek Dawson see who the last man standing is during a game of tug of war. Photo by Tony Cagala
Adam Reid, the Bawdy Juggler, at the Escondido Renaissance Faire. Photo by Tony Cagala
Adam Reid, the Bawdy Juggler, at the Escondido Renaissance Faire. Photo by Tony Cagala
The Queen and her royal court tour the grounds. Photo by Tony Cagala
The Queen and her royal court tour the grounds. Photo by Tony Cagala
Ian Jones dresses up for the Renaissance Faire. Photo by Tony Cagala
Ian Jones dresses up for the Renaissance Faire. Photo by Tony Cagala

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