Unmasking A Cure Relay For Life Team (#38) presents the Third Annual Medieval Faire, through June 19, 2017. The faire, similar to a real world ‘Ren – Faire’, offers medieval tournaments in jousting, en garde, sword melee, magic, archery, and horse racing. There are over 50 merchants participating. They are supporting Relay For Life with items that will be sold for 100% profit to Relay. On the entertainment front a dozen live performers and many djs are all donating their time, talent and treasure to Relay For Life. Don’t miss this exciting month long event; try your hand at all the sports, find that perfect outfit or decor item, enjoy live musicians and dj sets!
Moondrops – RFL Triskel Choker with color change hud for the pendant has a lot of choices, and they are all very pretty colors. I think this necklace will work perfectly with many dresses found at the fair, for role play and just to wear because it is pretty.
Moondrops Crystal Night light has a color change hud so you can change the base, the candle color and the crystal. I love all the options you can create. A different look every day if you desire.
Spyralle Elys Purple is shown here, a gorgeous dress that is a must have for all period role players. The gorgeous textures and ribbon closure in front are so well done, rich and vibrant, a definite stand out design. This dress also comes in black blue, gold and green and fits standard sizes xxs-L and 3 fitmesh sizes.
The Unmasking a Cure Medieval Fair has 2 full sims of clothing, accessories, household items and more to purchase all to benefit the American Cancer Society. If you don’t want to purchase anything, you can feel free to explore, and participate in all the events. Costumes are allowed and encouraged, so no need to go ooc. Please donate what you can. We can win this fight against cancer but only if we all give what we can and keep striving for a cure. I believe a cure is possible.
To find schedules for the events and dj’s and more go visit the event site.
unMasking a Cure Medieval Faire website
Unmasking a Cure Medieval Fair location
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