Polish up your pirate-speak, they'll unfurl the Jolly Roger once again in Stittvile. The Royalty and Rogues Festival is returning in September with food, drink, and merriment for scallywags of all ages.

We missed so many events over the last year-and-a-half it's hard to keep track of them until they return. Here is the perfect example, The Royalty and Rogues Festival. The event returns to the Stittville Fireman's Field on September 25 and 26. In addition to all the characters of the pirate world, royalty will be wandering the fields; including Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses, Lords, Ladies and Knights of the Realm.

The grand marketplace will feature unique booty from the seven seas, as well as food and drink. Even the Stittville fire fighters will be preparing a feast. Entertainment includes the Medieval Meadow where Knights will do battle. And two stages so the music and dancing never stops.

  • The Paddy Nappers, a crew of singing pirates
  • The Lost Creek Royals
  • Irish Dancing
  • German Dancing
  • Witches Dancing
  • Fire Eating/Dancing
  • Feats of Daring and Music, Lots of Music
  • Magical slight o' hand

Admission to the festival is just $5, 10 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Want to be part of the show? Characters, performers, and even vendors are still be accepted, call or text, 315-922-0024 of visit Royalty and Rogues - The CNY Pirate Festival's Facebook page.

Whether your performing or just going for the merriment, here's a great place to brush up on your pirate terms and phrases..


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