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  1. The 2022 Virginia Renaissance Faire!

    May 28, 2022, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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    Lake Anna Winery

    WE'RE BACK! Join the festivities as the townsfolk of Staffordshire welcome Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth and her court in celebration of the 20th season of the Virginia Renaissance Faire. There will be music, dancing and knights at the joust! Fine foods and drinks, including local ales, ciders and Lake Anna Wines. And oh, the shopping! There's plenty for the wee ones, too. Stories, games and a special knighting by the Queen. Don't miss the magic and merriment that IS the Virginia Renaissance Faire

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  2. The 2022 Virginia Renaissance Faire!

    May 29, 2022, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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    Lake Anna Winery

    WE'RE BACK! Join the festivities as the townsfolk of Staffordshire welcome Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth and her court in celebration of the 20th season of the Virginia Renaissance Faire. There will be music, dancing and knights at the joust! Fine foods and drinks, including local ales, ciders and Lake Anna Wines. And oh, the shopping! There's plenty for the wee ones, too. Stories, games and a special knighting by the Queen. Don't miss the magic and merriment that IS the Virginia Renaissance Faire

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  3. Memorial Day

    May 30, 2022, All Day

    Memorial Day is observed in America on the last Monday of May, and it is a day to commemorate and remember the men and women who lost their lives while in service for the US military. Originally named Decoration Day, it was officially made into a federal holiday in 1971. Traditionally, people will visit cemeteries and memorials for American soldiers, and there are several parades around the country. It also unofficially marks the beginning of the summer season.

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