Stories, music, demonstrations, crafts and a re-enactment are to be included in a medieval fair at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library this weekend.
According to information from the library, the fair is 3 p.m. Saturday in Frost Kalnow Room and is being hosted by The Society for Creative Anachronism.
"They're one of those re-enactors groups that really almost live the life," said Debby Roszman, the library's community relations coordinator.
According to its website, The Society for Creative Anachronism has more than 30,000 members from around the world and focuses on researching and re-creating arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.
Participants wear clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance and go to events that have tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, classes and workshops, it states.
Registration for the free program at the library is optional by calling (419) 447-3751.
Children and adults can dress as lords or ladies, Roszman said.
"It's for all ages, so adults who are interested can come and talk to the group, and kids can do activities and talk to the group, so they're really, really accommodating, and they were here a couple of years ago for a summer reading program, and it was pretty popular," she said.
Roszman said she met a representative of the group at Around the Town at Heidelberg University and was impressed with the group's gear, music and tools.
"We talked at Heidelberg about (having an event at the library)," she said.
Roszman said during Saturday's family-friendly program, the group is going to do demonstrations, tell stories of medieval times, bring gear, such as armor and tools, and bring materials for crafts.
The program inside probably will last about an hour, she said.
If the weather is cooperative, the group is to do a battle re-enactment in the Market Street parking lot after the inside program.
"I hope people come (to the fair)," Roszman said.