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The Sterling Renaissance Faire is a summer-long festival in the olde English tradition. Persons in costume and in character, entertain you with theatre, jousting, juggling, lute music and lewd conduct. There are medival games (archery, axe throwing, knife sticking, staff whacking). There are plenty of vittles and grog (also candy and pop for the kids). Bawdy songs and jokes are perfectly legal within the faire grounds. Someone is bound to get dunked in the pool. Every weekend has a special theme (medival church, romance in 1300, kids' favorites, et.al.).
For $20 you can spend a day in merry olde England.
Written May 27, 2007
Sterling was formed from communities that used to belong to the Cato township and the Little Sodus Bay area. Some of the communities dissolved over time but some still remain.
The present communities in Sterling are:
Crocketts (Sterling Valley Station)... village east of Sterling at junction of route 104A and route 3
Fair Haven... north part Sterling
Fintches Corners... hamlet on route 38
Martville... on route 104A east of town
McKnight Corners... northeast of North Fair Haven
Moon Beach... on Lake Ontario, northeast of town
North Fair Haven... hamlet north of Fair Haven on the east side of Little Sodus Bay
North Sterling... northeast of Fair Haven on route 104A
North Victory...village south of town at the intersection of route 104 and route 38
Sterling Valley... hamlet on route 104A, north of the route 3 intersection
Whiting Corners... southwest of town
Updated Sep 2, 2007