LONDONDERRY — The high school library became a country fair with jousting, singing and a lot of medieval fun.
Londonderry High School hosted a Renaissance Faire on Oct. 31, giving students a chance to study all about that era in time, and create projects to go along with several themes like art, music, sports, science and fashion.
Some students and faculty dressed up for the occasion, others came in street clothes, but took on jousting competitions and creative art projects.
The fair was under the direction of faculty members Liz St. Germain and Susan Wakelin. It was part of a world history study unit.