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Prairie Paladin Medieval Market and Faire

Posted in Arts & Culture
Sep 29, 2018

The Nordhere Vikings at the Prairie Paladin Medieval Market and Faire

Hosted by the Museum of Antiquities

Saturday, Sept. 29
11 am–5 pm
The Bowl and the Museum of Antiquities
106 Peter MacKinnon Building, 107 Administration Pl.

Free and open to the public

Take a trip back to the Middle Ages as the University of Saskatchewan Bowl is transformed into a Medieval Marketplace, where various groups from around Saskatoon will be showcasing their Medieval skills and wares. Aside from the market, there will be fighting demos, photo ops, gallery tours, interactive workshops, medieval music and dance, crafts, and kids' activities. A day of historical fun for the whole family!

 

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