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Burning of the HarvestMan!
Burning of Harvestman
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Samhain is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season. It is the end of the Celtic year when the Holly King defeats the Oak King "The Bringer of Light" and the beginning of winter or the "darker half" of the year. We burn the Harvestman in honor of the fallen Oak King as a symbolic funeral. " Out of the Ashes he will be reborn."

Kevin Axtell

A dynamic blend of fire juggling, fire spinning, dance, theater, and fire magic. Kevin has selected a unique team of pyro artist to create a mesmerizing and magical fire celebration for honoring the Celtic New Year!!
One of the top fire spinners in the world, "Kevin's solo fire show is a demonstration of excellence." -Tolly Burkan, Author and Firewalking founder

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Beastcub Creatures 
Let your imagination come alive with the spectacular Beastcub Creatures. Some scary, some cute, brought to life to wander the streets of All Hallows. Handmade creations crafted and performed by the Beastcub herself. They will appear at random as the day goes on so keep an eye out for these fur covered creatures as you enjoy the faire. WEBSITE

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Kids Fun Midway
Fun filled game for the wee ones to test thier skill and luck for many prizes. They will be many ventage classics like Clunk-O, Egg Roll, Catch the Lucky Duck and Many More! 

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Take a stroll through our hallowed graveyard and listen to the bewildering tales of the dead from our Undertaker. 

Hearts of Khyber
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Hearts of Khyber is a collective of musicians and dancers who represent the nomads that traveled the ancient Silk Road. While crossing the continents, they absorbed the traditions, music, and dance from the multiple cultures they encountered.

The first groups of these travelers migrated into Great Britain by the end of the 15th century. They were initially welcomed by the local gentry and royalty to camp on the outskirts of towns or just outside city walls, and were often paid for playing music or telling fortunes.

Hearts of Khyber derives its name from the Khyber Pass, an integral, yet often treacherous, part of the ancient Silk Road. Having a heart of Khyber means you have the strength and fortitude to be the hardiest of travelers!

Come and visit the Hearts of Khyber encampment and watch these mysterious travelers perform live, historical music and dance!"

Danse Macrabe
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Danse Macabre
The tradition of the Danse Macabre dates back to the Middle Ages, perhaps earlier, and many different theories exist as to what was its original purpose. It is a cross-cultural phenomenon, occurring in English, French and Spanish folklore and art, among others.
Some thought the images of skeletons dancing in the streets would intimidate Death so that no one would be taken away. Others thought it was to trick Death into thinking all the villagers in this particular area were already dead... and enjoying it! So there was nothing for the spectre of Death to do and He would fly on. Still others thought it a way to point out no matter if you are Queen or serving wench, Bishop or bastard, minstrel or milliner... eventually we all will danse the Danse Macabre.

Holly and Jesse Johnston
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Juggling Johnstons duo Holly and Jesse Johnston hail from across the great waters of the Stanislaus, the faraway land of Murrr-phys. They have performed together for many years to enthusiastic audiences from Sacramento to Humboldt and beyond. They are a part of the yearly juggling extravaganza "Murphys in Motion" put on annually in Murphys. Individually, each has performed across the country and the globe both solo and with various troupes including the Humboldt Circus and New Old Time Chautauqua. If you're looking for entertainment, skill, danger and a good hearty laugh you need look no further than the Juggling Johnstons!