Come join us in our 20th annual festival of merriment, feasting and the beauty of Spring in the countryside. Medieval clothing is encouraged, but optional. Greens, yellows and a chaplet for your hair are preferred on this occasion.
Craft Shops & Booths will open at noon. Crafters will demonstrate garland weaving, wool dyeing, blacksmithing, shoemaking, pottery, hearth cooking, and candle making.
May games and entertainment begin at 1 pm. Come join in longbow archery and village dancing. You may enjoy the harmonious medieval music of Minstrels with music & poppets and the sleight of hand of Master Payne.
Maypole festivities begin at 4:30 pm. We will gather round the great pole, decked with flowers, streamers and greens, for the choosing of the Queen of the May and the dancing of the colorful and traditional maypole ceremony.
The Bors Hede will serve lunch from noon to 3:00 pm (reservations not required, except for groups of 7or more)