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Camelot Days brings medieval fun to Hollywood

Jennifer Jhon
Contact ReporterSouth Florida Parenting

A living chess game, battling knights, magicians, comedians and entertainers will take the stage at T.Y. Park in Hollywood for two weekends in November, bringing medieval entertainment to Broward County.

Musicians, artisans and vendors will also set up their tents in T.Y. Park on Nov. 10-11 and 17-18, helping to re-create life and laughter from days gone by.

Ivanovich the Impossibilist, the Hopeless Romantics, the Da Vinci Brothers Comedy Opera and Aaron Bonk’s Fire Whip Sword Show are scheduled, as well as ChaChing the Bunny from the Magic and Mayhem show and the High Flying Fools aerial show.

Raptors of the Round Table falcon show will fly both weekends, and the Royal Chessmen will play a real chess game with swords, staffs and fists.

Families are welcomed with a number of activities for kids, including a Quest Mystery game, stage entertainment, costume contests daily for kids and adults, a free kids craft area, a knighting ceremony and free medieval games.

Camelot Days admission is $15 for adults and $3 for ages 6-12. Season passes are $40. Use the code “FTL2018” at camelotdays.com to get a $12 adult ticket, or purchase a discount package at groupon.com.

T.Y. Park is at 3300 N. Park Road in Hollywood. For more information, visit camelotdays.com or call 786-332-0047.

editor@sfparenting.com, jjhon@sunsentinel.com, 954-574-5316 or Twitter @sfparenting

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