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Missouri family reunion

Boy was it great getting back to Missouri this past weekend. We've made some many wonderful, close friends, it's like going to a family reunion...except I know more people at this family reunion than my own!

The Hamlet of Mid-Missouri Renaissance Festival was a blast! The weather was warm, but nicer than it was last year. The only downside was there was an air show competing with the fest on Saturday, so attendance was much less than it was in prior years. But I'm expecting some great things for next year. It looks like some important locals have taken interest in the fest and will be helping out for next year.

Meantime, we got to see all our great music friends like 3 Pints Gone, Minstrosity, Lilies of the Valley, Bruce the Bruce, Tartanic, Nancy Dailey Green, and Catriona MacHugh. Plus, I caught performances by Comedia Sans Arte, a hilarious new Ren Faire show. Look for more of this troupe in the very near future. They are fantastic.

Oh, and one can never forget the legendary C. Wayne Owens aka Seymoure. Seymoure is an incredible Ren Faire comedian, author, scriptwriter, director, actor and inspiration to anyone who sees him perform. He has the magical touch to make you laugh and think. Definitely a show that is worth catching.

Sunday evening, we had a grand ol'time at the annual Nagians dinner at La Tapatilla (or something like that). The food is incredible, and the companionship of about thirty Nagians was the best. We laughed, danced, and had a blast with lots of great friends. Our friend John Paul of was even out there berating us and enjoying our friendship. It was great to see him again. There should also be a bunch of pictures of the event and of us at very soon if they're not already up.

All in all, it was a blast. I hope everyone had as great a time as I did. I've really grown to love this little faire. So please make sure and tell all your friends. And we'll see ye next year!

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Tuesday, June 17, 2003

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