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The stage is set for Boster Castle's Annual Fantasy Fair, formerly known as the Pirate Festival! feb 2013 fantasyfair web flier

A whole new collection of entertainment, costumed characters, and main events are in store for all fair patrons!

Come during the day for our family friendly entertainment, games, and more! Stay after the sun goes down for our new "Fantasy Fair: After Dark" program!

Visit TheFantasyFair.com or our Facebook page for more information!"
From ConnectMidMissouri.com


CALLAWAY COUNTY, MO. --Swashbucklers of all ages and sizes are gathering at a small fairground just outside of Kingdom City for the first annual Central Missouri Pirate Fest and Steampunk Sci-Fi Fest.

People in costume are clanging swords, eating fire and battling with Nerf guns during this 3-day event.

Event organizer Adam Boster said, “It’s a Steampunk Pirate Festival.  Steampunk is kind of a Victorian version of science fiction.  Imagine Jules Verne or Doc Brown from Back to the Future when he shows up in the steam-powered time machine locomotive.  That’s kind of a clearer, big definition of what Steampunk is.  You can take it in a lot of directions.  As you see here at the festival, there are a lot of different types of people in Steampunk that you’ll see.  That’s kind of cool.  It’s a whole new variety.  It’s a whole new subculture.” 

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From ColumbiaMissourian.com


Jace Boster helps his father Adam Boster (not pictured) with setup for the Pirate Festival/ Steampunk Festival at Boster Castle.

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From ColumbiaTribune.com


Kenton Schwenke first proposed to his wife via text message. So it was not surprising that there was nothing traditional about their wedding, a steampunk affair held last night at the Central Missouri Pirate Festival.

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Castle could be anchor at permanent fest site.

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Adam Boster, left, unscrews faux rock panels from a 15-foot castle gate as Jack Hathman, center, and Aaron Haley watch Thursday at Parkade Center. Hathman is the director of the Central Missouri Renaissance Festival, which will take place this weekend. The castle gate was being prepared for a move to the Boone County Fairgrounds for the festival.