Photo: Cassie Gonzales 2022

Fun for Kids Performers

23 Stages with Live Entertainment

Cannon Drill

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With the help of young 'volunteers' from the audience, Boomer explains the process of loading and firing a cannon.

Children’s Highland Games

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Children’s Highland Games. Kids 12 & under are invited to participate in these age-old games of skill at the Royal Pavilion at 1:30 pm each day during Celtic Weekend.

Chivalry Lessons

Chivalry Lessons with the Scarborough Knights! Join the Knights of the Noble Cause at 3:00 pm each day during Chivalry Weekend at the Royal Marquee to learn how to treat others in a chivalrous manner.

Cirqa Brava

Cirqa Brava high-flying acrobats that mesmerize & delight with their one-of-a-kind aerial & circus spectacle! Blending razor-sharp comedy with breathtaking beauty, these ladies’ antics will turn your world upside down, inside out, and leave you tangled with laughter!

Don Juan and Esmeralda

Join this father daughter duo for a laughter filled adventure while they show off their skills in sword fighting, knife throwing, and whip cracking! With over 40 years experience as members of the Don Juan and Miguel show these two are sure to bring joy to your day!


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Join the fairies for stories from the Fae perspective.

Fairy Initiation Ceremony

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Become a part of the Fairy Court at this fanciful ceremony and receive your very own Fairy Wand. Join the Fae at 12:00 noon at the Taylor Lane Stage each day of Live the Fantasy Weekend for the Children’s Fairy Initiation Ceremony.

Grande Parade

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Begins in Pecan Grove at 1:00pm, winds its way through the Village to arrive at the Royal Pavilion in the Holly Field for the Post Parade Proclamations! Villagers, artisans, nobles, and knights join together every day at 1:00pm to march throughout the Village of Scarborough. See banners hoisted high and catch a glimpse of the Village artisans, the Royal Court, the Royal Guard, and Their Majesties.

Jim Mackenzie

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Jim Mackenzie - Comedian with Mad Skills Jim has been keeping vaudeville alive since 1985 and continues to add new original routines to the act. He learned to juggle at a young age from his dad. He picked up sword swallowing and other skills along the way, taught himself violin and put it all in a comedy show that has become a favorite with audiences around the country. He’s been featured on national TV and legitimate theater. Experience in the moment comedy and amazing original feats. “I love that the act wasn’t about the juggling, you really are a comedian with mad skills!” – Will Arnett: Executive Producer, The Gong Show