June 3, 1999
* Raging Waters--The Wedge, which opened last weekend, is the newest of the 25 water-themed rides, slides and attractions at the park in San Dimas. * Paddle Sports Expo '99--Guests will be invited to maneuver more than 150 kayaks and canoes Saturday at the show sponsored by the Southwind Kayak Center at Newport Dunes.
March 20, 1989
Evicted from its traditional site in Los Angeles County and rebuffed in an attempt to move to Ventura County, the Renaissance Pleasure Faire apparently has found a home in San Bernardino County. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will vote today on a proposal to hold the colorful annual re-creation of Elizabethan England this spring in a park south of the intersection of Interstates 15 and 215, northwest of San Bernardino.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1989
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to permit the Renaissance Pleasure Faire to be held this spring in a park 55 miles east of Los Angeles. Fair organizers have agreed to pay $60,000 to use the 1,425-acre Glen Helen Regional Park for seven consecutive weekends beginning May 13, according to Dan Stark, director of the San Bernardino County Convention and Vistors Bureau.
April 14, 1990 |
It's time to go over the freeways and through the woods to the annual revelry at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire. For the faire's opening next weekend, gather a handful of like-minded friends and hie thee hither to Glen Helen Regional Park in Devore in San Bernardino County to soak up the historic atmosphere of a 16th-Century English village faire. Starting April 21 and continuing through June 10, the faire blossoms prettily every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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March 20, 1989 |
Evicted from its traditional site in Los Angeles County and rebuffed in an attempt to relocate in Ventura County, the Renaissance Pleasure Faire apparently has found a new home at last--in San Bernardino County. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will vote today on a proposal to hold the colorful annual re-creation of Elizabethan England this spring in a park 55 miles east of downtown Los Angeles.
May 28, 1989 |
Renaissance Faire, Glen Helen Regional Park, Sierra Avenue exit from Highway 15 near Devore, San Bernardino County. (800) 52-FAIRE. Saturdays and Sundays May 13 to June 25, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission $14.50; parking $2. What could be nicer on a day in June than a Renaissance Pleasure Faire, particularly at the Faire's idyllic new San Bernardino County location? Of course, you don't really go back in time at one of these things. The games and stage entertainment may be rigorously authentic, the costumes and accents pretty authentic, but the food . . . well, the Elizabethans knew not the potato nor the tomato, neither yet the chocolate syrup nor the ice cream.