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  Camlann Medieval Village, a living history museum project portraying rural England in 1376,  is dedicated to offering the public personal experiences of history, including multiple learning and performing arts opportunities, built upon research of rural communities in 14th century England,  to provide a deeper understanding of the relationship between historical events and western society today. 

Village Days on June Weekends

 

Festival for St. James: July 23 / 24 

Feast Tickets are still available for Aug, Sept. festivals

 

The Bors Hede Restaurant is open:

 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Reservations: 5 to 6:30 PM)

Face Masks required; Cash or Check, please, for all events

 

  Full/Part-time Lead Cook Employment Available

Summer Workers needed:  Bors Hede Kitchen,  Parking Attendants

 

Program Support 2007 Calendar: 2022 

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Assoc. for Living History Farm and Agricultural Museums 

Copyright 2001 - 2022 by Camlann Medieval Association

 

Last updated:  July 4  2022  

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