16th An­nual Koroneb­urg Old World Fes­ti­val

CEL­E­BRATES ALL THINGS RE­NAIS­SANCE

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With the in­vi­ta­tion to “come one, come all to the 16th An­nual Koroneb­urg Old World Re­nais­sance Fes­ti­val – the only time each year when nobles and com­mon­ers, lords and ladies, lads and lasses, ar­ti­sans and crafters, trades peo­ple and peas­ants from the Bavar­ian vil­lage of Koroneb­urg would dare ‘rub el­bows’ in pub­lic as they en­gage in day-long, fun-for-all fes­tiv­i­ties,” the fes­ti­val’s lively, in­ter­ac­tive rep­re­sen­ta­tion of daily life on the fic­ti­tious es­tate of Baron Hein­rich Von Lauf­fer on the Rhine River (i.e., Santa Ana River) be­tween Mainz and Stras­bourg dur­ing the Re­nais­sance era (1450-1600 A.D.) of­fers some­thing for ev­ery­one. Prices for sin­gle-day, gen­eral-ad­mis­sion tick­ets pur­chased at the gate are $18.00 – adults and $15.00 – chil­dren and se­niors (ages 5-11 and 62+; un­der 5 - free). Dis­counts are avail­able online. For the lat­est up­dates, visit www.ren­fest­corona.com or “Like” Koroneb­urg Re­nais­sance Fes­ti­val on Face­book. Cel­e­brat­ing its 16th an­niver­sary, Koroneb­urg Old World Re­nais­sance Fes­ti­val again will bring his­tory to col­or­ful life when part of Cross­roads Riverview Park in Corona, Calif. is trans­formed into a hus­tling, bustling and a bit bawdy old world Bavar­ian vil­lage each weekend, start­ing the day be­fore (Satur­day) Mother’s Day through Fa­ther’s Day and Me­mo­rial Day. Hours run Satur­days from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (ex­cept for ex­tended hours, 11:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. on May 25 and June 15) and Sun­days and Me­mo­rial Day – 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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