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Douglas Smested, of Merrick, poses in armor during

Douglas Smested, of Merrick, poses in armor during the Sands Point Medieval Festival. (Sept. 11, 2010) Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce, 2010

Scenes from around the 2010 Medieval Festival at Sands Point Preserve.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - (l-r) Virginia Kaycoff, Sandi Leibowitz and Patrick Ramsey, all of New York City, sing during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Douglas Smested, of Merrick, poses in armor during
Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce, 2010

Douglas Smested, of Merrick, poses in armor during the Sands Point Medieval Festival. (Sept. 11, 2010)

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - (l-r) Vera Messina, left, of Maryland, and Mary Redler, of Montauk, perform for the audience during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Stacy Wasson, of North Bellmore, performs during the
Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce

Stacy Wasson, of North Bellmore, performs during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. (Sept. 11, 2010)

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Thomas DiFiore, 4, center, of Commack, gets some help using a bow from Grandpa Barry Schiph during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Tim Van Wickler, 19, of Huntington, poses in front of the castle during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Allison Fippinger, right, of Manhattan, does a maypole dance during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - From left, Rose Fox, of Mt. Vernon, Jess Caso, 19, of Wantaugh, Lauri Beckerman, 17, of Islip, and Mariana Marean, 16, of Queens, participate in the Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - John Mertz, of Clifton, NJ, participates in the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Danielle Camche, 10, of Brooklyn, participated in the Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Analinda Chaple, 2, of Brooklyn, attended the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - Keith Wescovich, of Connecticut, gives a blacksmithing demonstration at the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Aarushi Jain, 7, tries on a medieval-inspired mask
Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce

Aarushi Jain, 7, tries on a medieval-inspired mask during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. (Sept. 11, 2010)

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - John Mertz, left, and Doug Rayot, right, both of New Jersey, participate in a joust during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 -
Photo Credit: Photo by Kirsten Luce

Sands Point, NY - September 11, 2010 - John Mertz, left, and Doug Rayot, right, both of New Jersey, participate in a joust during the annual Sands Point Medieval Festival. Photo by Kirsten Luce.

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