Set in the early 16th century, it is the time of year when the small village of Hanfordshire is celebrating the end of the year harvest. His Majesty the King, passing through town to visit errant nobles, is intrigued by the frolic and fun of his subjects and so commands the nobles to come to Hanfordshire whilst the King enjoys the harvest celebration.
From LA (from the South): Heading North on Highway 99, take Highway 198 West. Travel approx 14 miles (55 mph most of the way, 65 mph when the highway divides) to the Hanford/Redington St exit (after the second overpass). You will stop at a frontage road ( 4th Street), Cross Over the frontage road onto Redington (heading North). After going over the railroad tracks you'll come to a stop sign at 6th Street. Turn Right onto 6th St (heading East), go past the Comfort Inn to Douty Street (stop sign) and turn Left. Continue North on Douty St until you reach Faire site, it will be on the left; Superior Dairy restaurant will be on the right directly across from it.