Friday, May 13, 2011

Gaming Glen

2nd Annual NJ Ren Faire to feature interactive games
“Gaming Glen” to include rock climbing, archery, live-action role playing, and more! 

BURLINGTON COUNTY, It’s one thing to watch the action – and it’s another to be part of the action!

The 2nd Annual New Jersey Renaissance Faire – coming to Liberty Lake in June – will feature an all new “Gaming Glen” area where visitors will be able to partake in a variety of interactive, family-friendly games and contests. These will include a rock-climbing wall, archery, live-action role-playing, and much more.

In addition to all the medieval-themed entertainment, feasting, and shopping that are the hallmark of the event, children will also be able to participate in a “fight circle,” which essentially features strapping on armor and popping balloons with practice swords. In addition, local Boy Scouts will be bringing a working catapult and will hold an axe and knife throw.

“For this year’s fair, our goal is getting visitors even more immersed in the merriment,” says Andy Pritikin, director of Liberty Lake.  “The interactive activities in Gaming Glen, along with all of the other days-of-yore fun, will give just about everyone who attends more than enough to do.”

Additional information on the King Arthur-themed New Jersey Renaissance Faire – along with discounted tickets – is available at The event’s blog is at Also featuring live jousting, the fair begins on the weekend of June 4-5, and concludes on the weekend of June 11-12.

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