Open Saturdays & Sundays, October 3rd - November 22nd, 2015
Mother & Father Goose
Spend time with Mother & Father Goose and their flock. Pet, hold and give their feathered friends a big hug. The birds might even hug you back! Click here to learn more.
Lord Robert Vegas, the Baron of Bellagio
Lord Robert Vegas, the Baron of Bellagio, is a pirate that loves to gamble and perform magic with a deck of cards. You can find this spirited scoundrel in the lanes of Fairhaven performing card tricks for anyone who wishes to be entertained with magic. Click to follow Lord Vegas on Facebook!
The Pirate Shanty Man and Bonnie Lass are not just singing pirates! Come join this dashing duo for a high-energy pirate show! Comedy, music, fire eating, rope walking and more all make fore a knotty good time! ARRRGH!
Vagabonds & Sailors
Vagabonds & Sailors bring folk music to life with intoxicating a capella vocals, a sense of whimsy, a dash of mischief, and an abundance of heart.
The Green Man
Unhurried in his movement, the mysterious Green Man travels the village. Be careful, or you might miss the man/tree as he progresses with the quiet dignity befitting the spirit of the trees. Click here to learn more about our beloved Green Man!
Zilch the Torysteller!
With tales like “Rindercella and the Stwo Tugly Epsisters” or “Jomeo & Ruliet”, you’ll hang on his every word, enjoying stories told “trippingly on the tongue”. Click here to visit Zilch's website.
Keplar the Wanderer
Keplar the Wanderer is a high energy one bard band featuring multiple instruments playing at one time.
Lady Prudence Court Composer
With songs to sing and perform for all occasions, Lady Prudence looks forward to meeting all of our honored guests and will play a song to suit any mood! Find her in the Village lanes and click here to learn more!
The Hidden Harbour Minstrels
Blending familiar favorites with original songs, the Hidden Harbour Minstrels offer folk music old & new! They love to hear you sing along, but they also want you to hear something you won't hear elsewhere. Click here to visit their website! Photo courtesy of Ron Tencati Photography.