Unmasking a Cure Medieval Faire in Second Life

Unmasking a Cure - Medieval Faire - Jousting

Unmasking a Cure – Medieval Faire – Jousting

The 2nd annual Unmasking a Cure Medieval Faire  opened its gates on Friday, June 17th, and will run through until Sunday, June 26th.  Whether you are into medieval role-play or not, the Faire is offering a host of events and activities right throughout the week, with something for just about everyone to try or enjoy – all with the aim of raising funds for RFL of SL.

Unmasking a Cure - Medieval Faire - the village

Unmasking a Cure – Medieval Faire – the village

The event, organised by a dedicated team of Unmasking A Cure RFL Team volunteers, features a wide range of events and activities and a programme of entertainments. There is, for example, the 4th annual UAC Grand Joust and the Round Robin En Garde! tournament, which is open to anyone for a L$150 donation to RFL of SL. There are also melees, mounted archery, horse races, live entertainment, DJs … for the complete programme, it’s probably best to refer to the Faire’s Events pages.

Unmasking a Cure - Medieval Faire - En Garde! tournament

Unmasking a Cure – Medieval Faire – En Garde! tournament

Activities are focused around the Village square with its merchant stalls providing a host of Medieval goodies, including special items available through RFL vendors.  Around this sit the main event areas for the Faire – the jousting tilts, the start of the relay horse racing track, the melee battleground and the En Garde! tournament area, together with meadows and gardens in which to enjoy quieter moments.

Unmasking a Cure - Medieval Faire - the meadow

Unmasking a Cure – Medieval Faire – the meadow

You can find out more about the DJs and the live entertainers through the Unmasking a Cure website, as well is obtaining more information on participating in activities.  So, in a week when entertainment, celebrations and fun are liable to be foremost in people’s mind, why not take time to go all Medieval, and help Unmask a Cure?

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