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Wed, Jun 08



Medieval Fine Arts & Crafts Market of Utica

To find a unique heirloom piece as a gift for a cherished love one, consider the Medieval Fine Arts and Crafts Faire of Utica, NY. Experience a Medieval Market and Listen to three stories of the time as it may have been enacted in that time.

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Medieval Fine Arts & Crafts Market of Utica
Medieval Fine Arts & Crafts Market of Utica

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2022, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

HSEKI, 2 Steuben Park, Utica, NY 13501, USA

About the event

Christian Themed Medieval Fine Arts & Crafts Faire

What is Happening

A Micro Market of 8-10 Vendors with a Love for Historical Accuracy of the Medieval Times. The inaugural bi-monthly event which begins on the 11th of May, 2022, will occurs every other Wednesday, and ill be hosted by Jonathan Kruk who will tell three stories from Medieval Times.

What Makes It Different

A Chrisitan Themed Medieval Fine Arts and Crafts Faire that celebrates the Arts and Traditions of the Medieval Period, where you find beautifully wrought artcraft that you can buy as gifts for the special people in your life.  Or if you just want a creative storytime break from work, purchase a ticket to watch a Medieval Bard regale you with tales of times past.

Renowned Storyteller Jonathan Kruk will be a featured troubadour at this event. He will perform three shows. The shows are 35-45 minutes long and interactive. 

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The stories are: 

  • 7 Ravens at 10:30 am
  • Ragnalls at 12:30 pm
  • St. George the DragonSlayer

All shows are 8.75 per attendee.

The Market is Free to Attend.

More About the Bard

 Jonathan Kruk himself has said:

"Once upon a time, well-told tales enchanted and educated. Best known for solo shows of 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' and 'A Christmas Carol.' Kruk has eight award-winning recordings for children and adults."

Every other Wednesday, Take a Storytelling Break and explore the arts and crafts local artisans have to offer with wares handcrafted and inspired by the Medieval Ages.

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