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In Royal Dress

Reading RenFaire #2

Revels in the Queen's Grove

Sunday, June 8, 2:00 - 6:00pm 
St John's (Hain's) Grove

591 N Church Rd, Wernersville, PA 

On Sunday, June 8 (2-6pm), Opus One: Berks Chamber Choir will present a sequel to last season's
Reading RenFaire - 'Revels in the Queen's Grove' at St. John's (Hain's) Grove in Wernersville, PA. This outdoor family-friendly event will include vendors (food+wares), entertainment,
and period music!

God Save the Queen !

Scenes from Last Year

The Queen's Grove

The land that now forms "The Grove" at St. John's (Hain's) UCC was purchased in 1927. It is a peaceful area of shady trees and green grass. It includes a bandshell, restrooms, and several pavilion-like structures.

St. John's (Hain's) can trace its history back to the settling of Germans in the local area, circa 1730. 

Now, it will be transformed into
The Queen's Grove! 


For information about becoming a vendor at the Reading RenFaire event, please consult the
Vendor Information Packet.

Vendor Info Packet


$20 - Adults 
$10 - Students
Free - Children under 12

Order Tickets Here

Sunday, June 15, 2:00 - 6:00pm



the chivalrous crickets
The Chivalrous Crickets is a Celtic and Americana folk band creating at the intersection of traditional English, Celtic, and American folk, and early (Baroque) European art music. The band's members, who all sing, play instruments, and arrange and compose for the group, come from backgrounds of folk and classical music. Their skills and interests combine to form a unique sound centered on rich vocal harmonies, diverse timbral blends of modern and historical instruments, exuberant arrangements, and provoking and innovative programming of traditional, original, and historical music. Formed in 2018, and based between eastern PA and central NJ, the Crickets revel in playing sundry venues from history museums to schooners and canal barges, Early Music concert series to Celtic folk festivals, churches to barns, and speakeasies to theaters, ranging from Maryland to Maine and beyond.


Masters of the Skies

French native Gregory Wojtera is a Master Falconer who has worked with more than 55 raptors since 2010. He trains and flies hawks, falcons and owls for a variety of purposes, including hunting, falconry abatement (bird control) and education. He created Masters of the Skies in 2014 to educate the general public about birds of prey and falconry, and he has been working as a full-time falconer and educator since 2016. He also offers interactive, "hands-on" falconry experiences.


Kutztown Pipe Band

The Kutztown Pipe Band was started in 2017, and is now a learning and performing Highland Bagpipe band. The ensemble is both a student group at Kutztown University and a non-profit community group in the Borough of Kutztown. Band members include faculty, staff, and students from Kutztown University, staff and students from local schools and residents of the surrounding area. 


Benjamin Reber - harpist


Kyle Mertz - juggling, whip, sword swallowing 

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