Medieval Banquet coming to the Cloverdale Legion

The fundraiser will be an evening of fun at the local legion

Some of the women getting ready for the upcoming Medieval Banquet on Friday

Come and see the king and queen at the Medieval Banquet. The royals will be joined by their courtiers.

Guests are encouraged to take part in the jousting contest and other games, while also dressing in appropriate medieval attire for a chance to win prizes.

For $25, guests get a meal and a glass of ale or mead.

The Versatiles will be performing at the at the banquet, so be sure to check it out.

The Medieval Banquet will be at Cloverdale’s Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 on Friday, Aug. 28 at 5 p.m.

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