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Animals to benefit from Renaissance Festival

Phinn Volt Enterprises

For Immediate Release

Contact: Gia Saulnier

giazz@comcast.net

http://www.winslowshire.com

Animals to benefit from Renaissance Festival

A Benefit for the Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary

June 27th and 28th of 2009

Norton, MA – March 27th, 2009 – Phinn Volt Enterprises has announced that the second annual Winslowshire Renaissance Festival will take place this year at the Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary (http://www.winslowfarm.com) during June 27th and 28th.  With only having one year behind them, Winslowshire Renaissance Faire won third place Best New Renaissance Faire of 2008 from http://www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com .

The Winslow Farm’s mission is a high quality “Stay for life” animal sanctuary that helps abused animals and offers a tranquil setting which then becomes a step back through history with the Winslowshire Renaissance Faire.

Phinn Volt Enterprises Director Richard Saulnier was pleasantly surprised at the turn out so far this coming year.  “I’m very excited that we’ll have new varied acts and new vendors, which includes a Blacksmith doing live demonstrations.”  His wife and partner Gia agrees, “We’ve actually doubled in size from last year to this year.  With all the pavillion tents, you feel as if you were walking through a real shire.”

In fact, Winslowshire has expanded to 36 vendors offering handcrafted goods, medieval clothing, yarn and much more.  There are also 18 varied acts from live music to Knights doing Hand to Hand combat, to belly dancing, to pony rides and face painting for kids of all ages.

The two day event will be from 11 am to 5 pm each day.  Admission is $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children aged 5 – 13, and children under 4 are free.  Specials include; Two day pass at $15.00 and Come dressed in Renaissance Attire for $2.00 off.

Winslowshire is currently looking for sponsors.  For more information about Winslowshire please visit the website at http://www.winslowshire.com.

 

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