KUNA, Idaho — The Idaho Renaissance Faire returned to Kuna over the weekend, giving visitors a unique look at medieval history.
The Faire kicked off Saturday and Sunday along the Greenbelt for its second year. Swords, shields, capes and crowns were popular as crowds took in demonstrations by local fencing masters.
Looms, casting, calligraphy, and medieval arts and sciences were also on display for visitors. The Belegarth Group hosted foam combat for kids, allowing them to hold their own grand melees.
Music filled the air during the two-day festival that gives people a hands-on medieval experience. For more on the fun, click here.