If you’re sad that summer Renaissance Faire season is over, don’t be! The Buffalo Humanities Festival has a number of free, outdoor Buffalo Renaissance Festival activities that you can bring your entire family to enjoy!
Come on by the Buffalo State campus at Rockwell Hall for activities like: public art for children, a fiber spinning demonstration, physical fitness bootcamp, GoBike, madrigals, a Sonnet Slam, live, impromptu performances of Shakespeare, social dance, and sidewalk chalk for everyone. There will be a special Kan Jam challenge at noon. What’s Kan Jam, you ask? It’s a popular outdoor lawn game invented in Buffalo.
While these fun family-friendly events are free and open to the public, a festival pass will get you into the great talks, conversations, live music, Shakespeare in Delaware Park performance, and indie films that are scheduled — as well as FREE ENTRY to the Albright Knox museum during the Saturday festival! Plus, if you purchase your ticket by Wednesday, 9/21, you’ll get a free lunch from the West Side Bazaar.