Thursday, March 24, 2016

Spring Break Junior Knight Training at Medieval Times!

Its almost here! Spring break is just around the corner and families all over Georgia are looking for fun things to do to keep the kids occupied. Medieval Times is one of our all time favorite places to visit in Atlanta and they have a super exciting event coming up! With all the amazing food, showmanship, and, of course, competition, what is not to love? I know at least two little boys that could not be more excited!

This Spring Break, bring your kids to train to become Knights of the Realm at Medieval Times. Kids between the ages of 4-12 will have the opportunity to get down in the sand before the show and train with the knights.  Children will enjoy watching an exclusive weapons demonstrations and learn about the grueling training it takes to become a Knight. Upon completion of their training, your children will be knighted by His Majesty King Carlos in a group knighting ceremony. 

Kids and students are just $29.95 and adults are $36.95, and Junior Knight Training is free with a paid admission to the show. (Offer code SBWEB16)

Be sure and get your little Knight signed up for one the Junior Knight Training sessions soon to guarantee your spot!!

Show dates:
o Friday, March 25 – Show starts at 6:30pm and Junior Knight Training begins at 7:15pm

o March 30 & 31 – Show starts at 7:30pm and Junior Knight Training begins at 6:45pm

o April 1 - Show starts at 6:30pm and Junior Knight Training begins at 7:15pm

o April 4-7 - Show starts at 7:30pm and Junior Knight Training begins at 6:45pm

o April 8 – Show starts at 5:00pm and Junior Knight Training begins at 5:45pm

Buy tickets:
Order your tickets online at the new Medieval Times Website  and be sure to sign up for the Junior Knight Training using the offer code SBWEB16 and using this form: Junior Knight Training

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Its Georgia Renaissance Festival time!

Hear ye! Hear ye! Its time again for the Georgia Renaissance Festival to return for its 31st glorious year! This has been one of my favorite Atlanta area traditions since I moved to Georgia 19 years ago. Its the one festival that never gets "old" and now that I have kids, its even better. The boys love to go and watch the shows, see the costumes, and of course grab a turkey leg to fill their bellies!

Every weekend this year and Memorial Day, April 16 thru June 5, 2016 The 31st Annual Georgia Renaissance Festival is a different kind of theme park. A family-friendly event, Inside this 32-acre recreation of a 16th Century English Village you'll find hundreds of costumed characters, the Queen and her Court, endless circus-style entertainment on 10 stages, shopping in over 130 artisan shoppes, food fit for Royalty, games and rides for kids of all ages, and the spectacular Jousting Knights on horseback. Patrons are invited to wear costumes and join in the fun too. It's a whole lotta' fun, and a little bit of History!

This year save a little money and get $6 off Adult and $3 off Child (6-12) tickets by using promo code "castle" when purchasing discount tickets on our secure website at Tickets good any day of the 2016 Season. (Online discount only. Not good with any other offers.)

Have you ever been to the GaRenFest? What is your favorite part?


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