Hear ye! Hear ye!
It is with great honor that the RESCU Foundation says a great and glorious THANK YOU to the Board of Directors of RSL, the former operators of the Saint Louis Renaissance Faire, for their $12,000 donation to RESCU on behalf of former and current members of the cast of the Faire.
at the Gorton Center, in Lake Forest, IL
400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045
The highly anticipated 6th annual Bristol Gang Variety Show will be held ONE NIGHT ONLY, Thursday, August 15, 2013, 7:30 p.m., at the College of Lake County, in Grayslake, IL, down the stairs in the Bldg. C auditorium. The evening’s line-up promises a variety of performances from those you know and love from the Bristol Renaissance Faire.
The much-lauded Bristol Gang Variety Show offers a unique chance to see a cavalcade of Bristol talent; Moonie, The New Minstrel Revue, The Swordsmen, The Clan Tinker, and others take the stage in a PG-13 setting! Don’t miss the rare chance to see these veteran performers let loose and improvise, instigate, and inspire each other with side-splitting results. You won't know what to expect, and why should you? They don’t!
Box Office opens at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 7. Click here for $20 advance tickets. Tickets will be available at the door for $25 . General admission and non-alcoholic refreshments before the show and at intermission included. Don’t miss the silent auction filled with unique items to bid on as a memento of this unrivaled event!
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
Dedicated to the Health of the Company: Funds raised from this theatrical extravaganza benefit RESCU Foundation, Inc. (RESCU). Founded in 2003, the RESCU Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining the health and medical well-being of the participants of Renaissance Faires, historical performances and other artistic events through financial assistance, advocacy, education and preventative programs.
The Greatest Pirate Story (N)Ever Told!
Benefiting RESCU Foundation, Inc.
Captain Henry Martin and his stalwart crew have been flung into the future by the sea witch Sa'almanella to perform the greatest pirate epic ever seen on stage! But with their script torn asunder, the crew is forced to make up their show as it unfolds, based upon their audience’s suggestions! With a little improvisation, these pirates-turned-players are soon ready to tell their tale!
Monday 6/10 – 6:00pm
Tuesday 6/11 – 8:00pm
Friday 6/14 – 4:00pm
Saturday 6/15 – 5:30pm
Tuesday 6/18 – 9:30pm
Thursday 6/20 – 4:00pm
Where:The Robert Moss Theatre
440 Lafayette Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003
$18 General Admission - The Greatest Pirate Story (N)Ever Told! runs 1 hour with no intermission
207 West Red Oak Road,
Red Oak, TX
- Cellaborelle's excellent Phoenician dinner
- Live entertainment including Cantiga and a variety of entertainers from the renaissance festival honoring the many years of friends we have known
- Drawings and lovely handcrafted items from our faire and other faires throughout the country
- Price: $50/person
- Online: at Brown Paper Tickets
- In person: at Black Hawk Forge as well as Pewter Creatures
- Both booths are located in the Crown Meadow at the Scarborough Renaissance Faire.
From the Festival South Entrance proceed to the American Legion Guy.C. Parlett Post 7, 1905 Crownsville Road, Annapolis MD 21041 Parking on the grass is allowed. The Public is invited to attend the event.
Doors Open at 7 pm; 8 - 11:30 pm - $10 / $5 with Participant Pass - Children under 12 Free
Music! Comedy! Silent Auctions! Raffles!
Special Live Auction - 1 Dedicated Parking Spot for 2013 Season - donated by the Maryland Renaissance Festival (spot located near the Sheriff parking - with winner's name on sign.) Phone bids are allowed but you must have your own designated representative at the Rally.
DRINKS & MENU - Please note: the American Legion only accepts CASH for food and beverages
Soda $1.25 // Mixed Drinks $3.50 // WINE $3.50
Beer $2.50 - Bud, Bud Light, Yuenling, Coors Light
Buffalo Wings (6) $5.00 (12) $7.75
Onion Rings (Basket) $4.50 // French Fries (Basket) $$3.00
Loaded Nachos $6.00
Vegetarian Chili $4.25
SANDWICHES: Jumbo hot Dog $3.25
SUPER BURGER: $4.75 (Add'l cost for Cheese; Bacon)
VEGGIE BURGER $5.75
Grilled Cheese $3.50 // Egg Salad $4.25
Caesar Salad $4.50 w/Chicken $6.50
Garden Salad $3.00
Not complete list of items donated for the Raffles and Silent Auction:
Three hours of individualized training with a Master Hairbraider from Rapunzel’s Hairbraiding. Learn to braid yourself or your friends and family, limited to 2 participants;
iPad Case from Grichel's;
Author Brian Wendell Morton - contributing a rare copy of "Political Animal: I'd Rather have a Better Country";
An Interpreters packet - both CD's and 2 T-shirts from TaskMaskers, Inc.
Sushi Bowls from Nancy Barry;
3 Whisper of Angels Gift Certificates from Judy Angelheart;
DVD and either a juggling or high wire lesson from Michael Rosman;
Greenman Mask, a Bouquet of Bubble Wands from Mythical Designs by Miscellaneous Oddiments;
Silk Scarf Tube-style from Gypsy Silks;
a Private Reading from Zenobia;
Australlian Myrtle Wood mug from Goodly Woods;
illuminated manuscript page from A Midsummer Night's Dream by artist, Danielle Scott;
2 tickets to the Goblin and Gears II - The Gears Strikes Back MS Fantasy Ball by Team Wench, Inc. for Oct 27 in Glen Burnie, MD;
Sterling Silver Dragon Pendant with Peridot, 16" chain from Argenti Jewelry;
Music from KIVA;
Gift Certificate for Private Reading for 15 minutes worth $25 from Ariana Lightingstorm of Ancient Mysteries Divination;
basket full of Tastefully Simple yumminess from Colleen Coon;
Oak Leaves Wall Sculpture from Todd Runfeldt, Runfeldt Sculpture and Design;
Eric Crouse -
a balanced Throwing Spike from Badger Blades;
a Petal Skirt from Ages Gone;
Welsh Twirl Wheat Weaving from the Wheat Goddesses;
1085 Blue tempered Spring Steel Knife with Whitetail Deer Antler handle and leather sheath from Lloyd Studios;
2 Daggers, 2 Files, 2 Medieval Feasting sets from Blacksword Armory, Inc.;
Dancer Stoneware sculpted by Beth Rose and Glazed by Zeeb of Feywood;
Large Harlequin Jester Mask with Hanger - Retired Pattern from 2000 by Tiger Torre Art;
Irish Love Knot by Mark Cooper of Signs of Spirit;
Black Silk Pants (unisex) and an Alpaca Muff from Pam Taylor of Bullseye;
Perchance to Dream - Large Purple Treasure Box and a Small Treasure Box;
Carved Walnut Glow-in-the-Dark Hairsticks from KJ Craftworks;
Fantasy Tree Rose Bowl - one of a kind - Willow Wind Studios;
5 Earring Sets from Dancing Glass Beadworks;
Large Bronze Frog Pin from Pamela Chevalier;
"Day at the Faire" board game and "Pirate Poker Deck" - Ice Pack Games;
treasure chest of goodies from The Pyrates Royale: a box of Better Red than Dead wine, a promotional t-shirt, a promotional wineglass, a Keep Calm and Seek Revenge CD, a Keep Calm and Seek Revenge t-shirt;
chain maille necklace with matching earrings by Mary Cook from A & M Dream Links ;
Faerie Flower Pin;
Doodlepedia Fun and WOW Facts;
K-Nex Building Kit;
190 piece Rotary Toll & Accessory Kit;
European cookies w/ Belgium Chocolates, Mug & Tea:
200 lumens High Intensity 3-pack LED Flashlight (w/ batteries);
Pumpkin Carving Tools & Patterns;
3 solid Wood Brain Benders (more to come....)
Sound for the Maryland RESCU Rally donated by: David M. Riches, CTS
Odoms' Mermaid Mask for RESCU
We will have live and silent auctions and a raffle. Cash bar also. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Raffle tickets are available at Sky Chairs, Avalon Apothecary and Faire Flowers (the Rose Cart), donations can be brought to Sky Chairs. Volunteers and other info can come to Katherine Crawford during the weekend at Faire Flowers.
Massage therapists - Paul "Nigel" Cote and Amber Moses will also be available - all proceeds from their services will be donated to RESCU.
DJ/Sound services donated by Mike Paolucci.
Facebook Event Listing - King Richard's Faire RESCU Rally
A tremendous thank you goes out to Linda, Buffie, and Renaissance Entertainment Productions (REP) who recognize RESCU’s efforts at the California Pleasure Faire and the Bristol Renaissance Faire to raise awareness for a healthy community and for assisting participants in medical need around the country.
This fantastic $10,000.00 donation allows RESCU to continue offering financial assistance and advocacy to those from the community that face minor or major medical issues. Moreover, this heartfelt donation will allow RESCU to expand our education and wellness programs to more locations. RESCU sends profound thanks for this donation, allowing us the opportunity to remain Pledged to the Health of the Company.