Each summer, as stars glitter in the sky, Hampshire Shakespeare Company illuminates the crowd below with open-air renditions of the Bard's greatest hits. As showgoers lounge on their blankets, chairs, or elephants, the company stages interpretations of Shakespeare's plays that prize intelligibility and entertainment. In addition to its main-stage shows, the Hampshire Shakespeare Company also puts on a youth theater production each year to give youngsters a taste of the stage, and buoys playwrights from throughout the Valley with workshops and readings. (https://www.facebook.com/hampshireshakespearecompany?_rdr).
As the drawbridge to The Connecticut Renaissance Faire closes for the evening, the sounds of Halloween laughter can be heard echoing in North Haven. After enjoying a full day of turkey legs and tyrannical kings in a tented marketplace, the festive event transforms into a Halloween haven filled with photo-happy zombies, shopping under the moonlight, games, contests, food, and shows, including the main event: a fire-fueled joust between the headless horseman and his arch enemies.
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At the New England Witchcraft and Wizarding School, kids get to step into an immersive world of magic for a day of supernatural studies. Newly minted conjurers hit all the highlights, including a tete-a-tete with the Sorting Cap that determines which house they'll belong to: Leo, Serpentus, Corvus, or Brock. After a trip to Finnegan's Faire sorts them out with house robes and a wand, it's off to class. There, they'll learn everything from potions and spellcraft to defense against dark magic.
And a few times a year, the New England Witchcraft and Wizardry School turns their great hall into a market for a day. There, wizards, witches, and muggles can browse the dozens of vendors selling items both magical and mundane in the stone hall of Ironholm, or school building. Besides the wares for sale, there is entertainment, light snacks for purchase, and activities to make even the most dour of warlocks break into a smile. Students attending the upcoming school sessions will even be able to start making a good impression, as some of the teachers and school staff will be in attendance.
Living a gluten-free lifestyle or having food allergies can be a challenge, but the helpful brands and experts at the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo helps visitors navigate their dietary needs with ease. Visitors network with vendors, bloggers, and authors to pick up lifestyle tips and take home tasty gluten-free treats, while classes deliver everyday know-how for visitors to navigate their special-diet lifestyle. With over 100 companies in attendance and plenty of booths and exhibits to peruse, guests leave with plenty of gluten-free and allergen-friendly food samples, purchases of unique items, and lots of coupons.