Tag Archives: Florida

Japan Culture Day Fund Raising Event

23 Apr

Made by Char 😀

Hey guys incase you don’t have anything to do on saturday, April 30th, you could come to the Japan Culture Day event at FIU.

We also need volunteers incase your interested 😀 just email: japanclubfiu@gmail.com ( I check this email constantly >_<)

Plus we will have DDR tournament, Karaoke, Origami, Para Para dancing, Yosakoi dance (i’m in this one >_<),  Aikido demonstration (i’m participating in this, so you’ll probably see me get thrown), Kendo, Iaido (Traditional Japanese swordsmanship), Taiko Drumming ( its those huge drums they play on), Lots of food XD,  kanji face painting, keitai strap (phone strap, you learn to make them) and other activites cause yeah there is alot, ooh! i forgot there is also Japanese games as in Janken (paper, scissor rocks (but extreme), this bread race?  XD its really weird games.

Yeah just want to get it out there.

And um I couldn’t go out yesterday to Christine because i had no car and I um fell asleep after orly texted me so i missed most of the text you guys sent me.

Sowwy >_<

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Florida Renaissance festival

3 Feb

This information is avaliable on Facebook event invitation for the Florida Renaissance festival 😀 so yeah I basically got the information from here but anyways i thought it be a nice time to go XD its been 2 years since i haven’t gone to this festival.

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A CAST OF DOZENS RETURN FOR
ANNUAL FLORIDA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL

Festival celebrates its 17th anniversary in South Florida

Hear ye! Hear ye! As the winter solstice wanes, brave squires and beautiful wenches draw their attention toward a yearly right of spring filled with merriment, jousting and wizardry. The Florida Renaissance Festival, the only renaissance festival in South Florida, returns for its 17th year beginning Saturday, February 7th at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach. Seen by more than one million people in South Florida, this 16th Century production features more than 100 costumed performers, 12 stages with continuous entertainment and 20 stage acts from around the world. There will be five themed weekends of family fun that runs through March 8.

This year’s five themed weekends will include:

– Celtic Weekend – Kiss the Blarney Stone – kicks off the festival – Feb 7 & 8

– Romance Weekend – Days and Knights of Wine and Roses – Feb 14, 15 & 16

– Pirates Weekend – Pillage of the Village – Feb 21 & 22

– (New) Wenches weekend – Bodacious Bodices – Feb. 28 & March 1

– Fantasy Weekend – Suspended Between Myth and History – Mar 7 & 8

During the five themed weekends, guests will enjoy jousting tournaments three times a day, hearty food and rides and games for children that include the World’s Largest Rocking Horse, Giant Chess, Barrel Rides, and games of strength and skill.

The festivities will feature historical reenactments, sword fights, magical illusions and an abundance of authentic fare from freshly made kettle corn to roasted giant turkey legs, which can be washed down with a swig of mead or ale.

The Florida Renaissance Festival is produced by the National, award winning Bobby Rodriguez Productions and strives to create an entertaining and cultural opportunity by making Renaissance history come to life for both children and adults. The sponsors of the Florida Renaissance Festival include Warsteiner Beer, Community Bank of Broward, Broward County Transit, Pepsi, Forum Publishing Group and Comcast. The event is hosted by Broward County Parks and Recreation Department.

The Florida Renaissance Festival will be open weekends from 10 a.m. to sunset (including, Monday Feb 16, President’s Day one school field trip day). Prices range from $20.00 for adults and $7 for children ages five to 12 years old and children under five are free. Special Royal Recession season pass tickets are $45 (SAVE $24). Pre-show discount tickets are available online through http://www.ren-fest.com.