Mutton & Mead Seeks Feedback
From a Mutton & Mead press release:
Montague’s Medieval Festival in search of knowlege and understanding. The 2012 Mutton & Mead Medieval Festival has come and gone in a flurry of horse hooves, pixie dust, laughter and amazement... and the festival organizers would like to know the patrons, volunteers and vendors thoughts and dreams about the event. MuttonAndMead.com/index.cfm?p=x.11
Now in its second year, and for the first time as a two-day event, Mutton & Mead brought together fun, food, and entertainment with a medieval flair. It was a day for everyone: kids, teens, and adults alike.
Festival organizers worked very hard to keep the entry price as low as possible -- only $15 for adults and $10 for kids and seniors -- as well as the vendor fees, so the day really could be family-friendly without breaking the bank. All the entertainment, including the joust and all the acts and performances, were free to watch once you were inside the shire gates.
Patrons and anyone who was involved with the festival are invited to fill out a short feedback survey with their thoughts about what was great, what was bad, and any ideas for improvement.
Three people will receive a pair of free tickets to the next festival. All feedback will be taken into consideration. Good luck to you all, and thanks for sending us your thoughts!
Mutton & Mead is a project of the Knighten Guilde, and is a fundraising event for the Montague Grange and the Foodbank of Western Mass. For more frequent updates on next year's festival and other related events, please visit our Facebook page at Facebook.com/MuttonAndMead