Knives at the Central Idaho Renaissance Fair | Arts and Events


In the corner of the Central Idaho Renaissance Fair, there’s a section tied up that says “Free Hero Training and Princess Lessons.” Inside, kids hit each other with foam swords.

Cloaks and clothes of all kinds sashayed across the field. However, the best costume—yes, it’s called a costume, not a costume—is weaponized. Be it a bow and arrow, sword or staff, any knight in shining armor or fair maiden needs a weapon.

Roger and Rebecca Peck continued the Renaissance Fair after their daughter started it for her senior project last year.






When Pigs Fly Creations uses handheld plasma cutters to design their saws. Weapons are an important part of any outfit at the Central Idaho Renaissance Faire.



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