A Permanent Site In Marin For The Renaissance Pleasure Faire?
KPIX-TV news report from November 1st 1971 with Ed Arnow featuring a look at the proposed permanent site for the Northern California Renaissance Pleasure Faire, co-founded by Phyllis and Ron Patterson in Lucas Valley, Marin County. Includes views of many residents attending a session of the Marin County Planning Commission at the Marin Civic Center and interview with Ms. Fernandez who represents local residents opposed to the site on Lucas Valley Road, approximately 5 miles west of higway 101 north of San Rafael, on land which used to be the old Grady Ranch. Also an interview with Phyllis Patterson, co-creator of the Renaissance Faire concept in America with Ron Patterson, who acknowledges the concern of residents about increased traffic and also emphasizes the potential "cultural contribution" and "educational contribution" of this "study center for the Reniassance arts and crafts" to Marin County. Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.
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