Kentucky Renaissance Festival pre-2021 The plan is to add an album for each year. Ah but what to do with photos from the past? Well, here they are. Kentucky Renaissance Festival - Years Past Now that I have a place to share seasonal photos, I plan to create a new gallery for each year. Here are the photos of previous years. Order by Default Title Date Filename Size Random Search Photos Jodi and A.J. Jodi's first year with us was her last. After she brightened our hearts, cancer took her from us. Primitive Knife Hand forged primitive knife made by A.J. Drew years ago. Sheath by owner of the knife. A.J. Drew n Kids The Kentucky Renaissance Festival is wildly family and child friendly. Here A.J Drew is pretending to be a jungle gym. Antler Hilted Knives We detest stainless steel and plastic. We love high carbon steel and antler. Everyone Loves a Clown Family friendly and kid participation. Clowning Around Daughter Aubreyahna posing with a couple of clowns. Daily Demonstrations Bad Attitude Blades loves to demonstrate and educate. We often hammer forge pattern welded Damascus steel in front of an audience. A.J. Drew & Kids Taking in the Washing Wench show with the kids. Good clean fun. Riley Coyote at the Forge Riley Coyote at the Forge. Despite stereotypes, female blacksmiths exist and do well at the forge. Riley Coyote, A.J. Drew and chicken. For a time, patrons expected chicken and ducks in our booth. What else could be more period? Tired Smiths with chicken Tired Smiths with chicken Riley Coyote and A.J. Drew Riley Coyote and A.J. Drew when both kept on going despite being stuck in wheel chairs. A.J. Drew during one of the bad years for lers. A.J. Drew and son Drew Drew. This was the year Riley Coyote shattered her leg. A.J. Drew smithing at coal forge. A.J. Drew smithing at coal forge. Kentucky Renaissance Festival 2020 Riley Coyote n Drew Drew Riley Coyote n Drew Drew Aubreyahna and A.J. During the good years we would talk and laugh on slow days. Bottle Openers Bottle openers with white tail deer antler. Riley Coyote with Produce Cart When we had the farm, we included produce at fair. Tripod More than the ornamental imported junk. Mom, Dad, Kids n Duck Chicken and duck are definately keeping with the theme's time period. A.J. Drew & Ann Downs Sometimes patrons become friends and honorary crew. Dancing Patron Some of the patrons put a lot of time into their costumes. A.J. Drew and Son The boy's first name is Andrew. Drew for short so he is Drew Drew. We love him so much, we named him twice. Hardwood and Resin Although more a fan of natural materials, we sometimes stray.