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6/18/2013 10:29:00 AM
Letter: Help celebrate a Renaissance wedding June 30
Williams-Grand Canyon News


To the editor:

Good day! I just wanted the community to know how excited I am that my wife, Barbra, and I have the opportunity to celebrate our 25th anniversary by renewing our vows as part of the Renaissance Dinner Show on June 30 at the Sultana Theater here in Williams.

We will be in the guise of a fairy princess wedding with an elvish lord with our champion of fire standing beside us. We are looking forward to the dinner guests, friends and family as being a part of this.

We will be a part of the show that also includes several styles of dance, comedy, sword play and good food. The dinner shows on that weekend are to kick off the Renaissance events throughout this year and in the future.

Many choose a Renaissance venue as their choice to wed or renew vows. I know that there have been inquiries as to using the Renaissance Fairs or the Grand Canyon Renaissance Experience for these celebrations.

Here is just a bit of our history. Barb and I came to Williams about 22 years ago. We have lived in the Williams area all of that time. We have worked in both Flagstaff and Williams. We are presently working our regular jobs, but also preparing the way, with Mark and Carla Worden, for the creation of the Grand Canyon Renaissance Experience, a permanent site for fun and adventure, a castle, field of honor, feast hall and the like.

I hope to see you all there. It is going to be fun! If you have any questions about the wedding or events just call Mark or Carla Worden at (928) 635-2394. Huzzah!

Carl Bilharz

Williams



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