Take a step back in time - and a step into fun with King Aloysius, the Lord of Misrule, Motley, and Widdershins and his court of miscreants! The shire of Rostand will spend two weeks at the Ukrainian Homestead - two hundred beautiful acres in scenic Lehighton, PA. Here you will find a wonderful event for the whole family- complete with entertaining shows, educational demonstrations, exciting live medieval combat, and plenty of talented merchants displaying the finest hand-crafted wares in the land. Join the crowd and cheer for you favorite fighter - or marvel at the antics of magicians, musicians, and performers galore. If it all gets too exciting, take a break to feast like royalty on a multitude of fine foods and beverages available throughout the shire. It's all here for your enjoyment. Become a part of the festivities at this truly awe inspiring experience.
Cancelled for 2011. Back in 2012?
1. Take the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike to EXIT 74 Mahoning Valley. 2. After the toll, veer towards your left following the signs for ROUTE 209 SOUTH. 3. Stay on Route 209 South, until you come to the first traffic light, which will be at the foot of the bridge. Cross the bridge. At the traffic light, on the other side of the bridge, make a right turn still following ROUTE 209 SOUTH. (you will see CARUSOS Restaurant across the street) Stay on 209 South, taking the bypass through Lehighton. 4. The bypass will merge back with ROUTE 209. You will pass KOVATCH CHEVY/PONTIAC, and go up a hill as you are leaving Lehighton. Proceed approximately 0.5 mile, and the road will go downhill. At the bottom of the hill, you will see the Ukrainian Homestead sign on the right shoulder of the road with an arrow pointing to the left. You will make a left turn (west) onto Packerton Dam Road. 5. Stay on Packerton Dam Road and you will pass Packerton Dam on your right; continue on the road which will loop around a field and merge with Pine Hollow Road. Continue around this loop bearing to the right (east). The road changes to Beaver Run Drive. About 0.5 mile past this last loop, you will see the faire on the right.