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Silver Kingdom Renaissance Festival Year 4!
Huzzah! We welcome you and your families to attend our 4th annual Silver Kingdom Renaissance Festival located at 120 Northside Road, Charlton, MA on August 19th and 20th from 10:30 am to 5 pm each day. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6 to 14; Seniors ages 65 and over and Veterans (please show your ID). Kids ages 5 and under are free.Knights in shining armor, music, magic, crafts, great food and so much more!Please note that this is handicapped accessible, however, it is rough terrain and there is a really large hill.For more information, please visit our website at http://www.silverkingdomfestival.com

When: Aug 19, 2017 10:30AM to Aug 19, 2017 5pm in Charlton, MA
Cost: Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6 to 14; Seniors ages 65 and older & Veterans (please show ID). Kids ages 5 and under are free. Free parking.

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Linder's Inc. 
211 Granite Street
Worcester, MA 01607

Certified Pre-Owned Cars and Trucks
Linder's has been voted the Best Used Car Dealer in Central Mass for providing high quality, competitively-priced pre-owned cars & trucks for years. Visit the large used car inventory with a no-hassle atmosphere and the best warranties & service in the industry.
About Charlton, MA
The Town of Charlton Massachusetts was founded in 1755 and is located in the south-central portion of Worcester County and is less than 50 miles away from Boston. Search CharltonMA.com to find local businesses, event listings, Charlton homes for sale and local town resources.

History of the town includes James Capen Adams also known as "Grizzly Adams" who was one of the last mountain men. Adams spent eight years in the Rocky Mountains. He became a friend and slayer of grizzly bears as well as having several hand to fang encounters with the bears. In 1860 Adams died with his boots on and was buried in the Old Burying Ground in Charlton.

History of the town also includes that of Dr. William Thomas Green Morton whose experiments with ether first made anesthesia possible during surgical operations. Visit the cemeteries for a closer look at both the head stones of Grizzly Adams and Dr. Morton as well as a peek into your own family roots!