Thank you to all who participated in the Dubuque Museum of Art's Renaissance Faire.
We enjoyed bringing you the faire in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Although the museum is no longer associated with the Dubuque Renaissance Faire, the producer Lynn Melssen is continuing the faire in partnership with Albrecht Acres in Sherrill, Iowa.
“The Dubuque Renaissance Faire is now a fundraiser for Camp Albrecht Acres. The Dubuque Museum of Art “gifted” the event to this worthy cause, feeling it better fit their mission.
Please learn more about it by visiting the website – www.dbqrenfaire.org and continue to give the event your support. Thank you for your patronage and we’ll see you at the faire!”
Lynn Melssen (Queen Catherine)
"Queen Catherine, King Edward and the entire royal court of the Dubuque Renaissance Faire would like to thank everyone who attended the festival. Despite truly warm weather, we had a fabulous turnout. We hope to see you again, next year!"
About the Dubuque Museum of Art: As Iowa's oldest cultural institution established in 1874, the Dubuque Museum of Art seeks to excite, engage, and educate constituents through the presentation of collections, exhibitions, and programming; to form mutually beneficial partnerships to enhance the role of the arts within our community; and to adhere to professional museum standards in all operations.