Monday Oct 17 2011 comments Folsom Renaissance Fair By: Telegraph photography by Anne Stokes -A +A Kayleen Andrews of Sacramento shops in one of the many vendors set up in Folsom City Lions Park. Brothers Eric, 12, and Alexander, 11, Hardiman take sparring lessons from Dad John Hardiman of the St. Dismas guild. Privateer Charlotte Le Blanc of The Dauntless fires a cannon to salute the passing of Queen Elizabeth and her entourage. Melisa Tosetti, Leta Gibbons, and Eric Hardiman, age 12, of St. Dismas guild (also known as the Good Thief guild), play card games together. Kim Yasuda, of Sacramento, juggles for the amusement of fair-goers. Privateer Charlotte Le Blanc mans the cannons aboard The Dauntless during Folsom's annual Renaissance Fair. Elijah Corrie, age 7 of Placerville, and his mom, Christine Grier, do a brass rubbing to take home as a souvenir of the Renaissance fair. Queen Elizabeth, aka Deborah Doyle of San Francisco, inspects The Dauntless and her crew. Sarah Williams and son Josh, of Davis, of the Merrie Pryanksters guild enjoy the fair together as a family (along with dad Brian). Pam King, of Lincoln, and Karen Scarborough, of Folsom, sing songs and weave crafts to entertain guests. Aidan, 8, Elias, 7, and mom Kim Alvarez of Gold River enjoy Renaissance-style entertainment and food during the festival. Performers with the Bella Donna Venetian Courtesans group, of the Bay Area, entertain guests with music and witty repartee. They are, from left, Trystan Bass, Sarah Goodman, Kendra Van Cleave and Linda Wenzelburger. Carolyn Yugo, of Vacaville, plies her trade at the Renaissance fair in Folsom City Lions Park.