"People watching" was a big part of the fun. There were so many creative costumers!
Blaze and I attended The Queen's Tea, a tea party where we were able to try several kinds of tea and eat pastries. The hosts asked tea related trivia questions and the winners were given additional packages of tea as prizes.
The gift bags at each place setting were full of both single-size and pot-size tea bags for each attendee to take home, so we left with a lot of tea.
Blaze and I were wandering aimlessly when we noticed a crowd of people and went to investigate. It turned out that what they were watching was a puppet show. Pineland Puppets has, very cleverly, updated classic Punch and Judy shows by preforming them as the Joker and Harley Quinn.
This works amazingly well and modern children still enjoy the slapstick humor of the original scripts.
One adorable toddler came running up to watch while we were standing there, she stood watching for a minute, giggling the cutest, infectious giggle, and then pushed her way between two strangers to make room for herself on a couch, so she could watch the rest of the show.
Later in the day, Blaze and I were witnesses to puppet Joker and Harley Quinn meeting human Joker and Harley Quinn.
It rained off and on all weekend, but during one of the dry periods, we also enjoyed watching an aerialist perform.
And, of course, there was more music.
Frenchy and the Punk: