SCHOOL DAY

MAY 19, 2017 – Abbreviated Hours: 9:30am to 2:30pm

The Robin Hood Springtime Festival welcomes educators and students to step back to a time of long ago where they’ll have an opportunity to see, touch, and do. Our School Day program will take your students into the past where they’ll engage costumed performers, see stage acts, watch artisan demonstrations, and have so much fun they’ll forget they’re learning.

REGISTER NOW FOR FREE ADMISSION

ADVANCE REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 1 – Download the Registration Form here.

This enchanted experience is open to all home schools, public schools, private schools, scout troops, and any other students (K-12). To qualify for free student admission all you need to do is register for the event BEFORE MAY 1.

WHY IS THIS FREE?
When we were young, our first renaissance festival inspired us to learn more about history, social studies, and the performing arts. It encouraged us to explore our creativity and use our imagination. We want to pass that same inspiration on to today’s students while ending their school year with a memorable field trip.

TO REGISTER

Please contact us via email (learning@ctfaire.com) with your planned chaperone and student numbers and then send your advance registration check to:

You must have at least one (1) chaperone for every ten (10) students. The cost for chaperones is $15 per chaperone.

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SCHOOL DAY RULES & FAQ

Students must visibly wear a name tag that clearly shows their first name and school at all times. You are responsible for providing these name tags and insuring students keep them on.
Students often start purchasing food as soon as they arrive at the Faire. To avoid lines or keep costs low, students may bring a bagged lunch.
We recommend students bring approximately $20 for lunch and a few drinks and possibly a souvenir. Games of skill are popular with students and cost around $1-$3.

Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture lasting memories and yearbook photos!