The Texas Renaissance Festival is coming to Magnolia, giving residents a chance to meet the King and Queen of the Festival, along with other members of their court. Stroll thru the Renaissance Festival will be held Sept. 29, from 4 to 8 p.m., on the Magnolia Stroll.
This evening will offer area residents a unique opportunity to meet the organizers, stars and support staff of the Texas Renaissance Festival, which has enjoyed more than 30 years in nearby Plantersville. Last year the City of Magnolia became the host city for the Texas Renaissance Festival, marking a new partnership between the festival and the city.
"The Texas Renaissance Festival brings more than a half-million people to our area,” Magnolia Economic Development Coordinator Deborah Rose Miller said. “This partnership has forged a new relationship between the city and the festival, one that is advantageous to both.”
Opening the evening will be a knighting ceremony at Sullivan Park, the entrance to the Magnolia Stroll at the corner of FM 1488 and FM 1774. In addition to lots of festival food, arts, crafts and jewelry will be available and children will enjoy enchanted Festival activities along with games of skill for all ages.
There is no admission charge for Stroll thru the Renaissance Festival and activities are planned for all ages by the sponsoring organization, the Magnolia Community Foundation For more information visit, magnoliacommunityfoundation.org.