Beauvoir hosted the inaugural Pirate Fest this weekend

The inaugural Pirate Fest at Beauvoir kicked off this weekend with loads of live action and entertainment for the entire crew.

Upon entry those wearing a mask received $2 off their admission fare. Admission included a tour of the property, library, museum, garden, Confederate cemetery, and entry into the pirate party.

Thirty-one vendors spread out on the Beauvoir grounds to keep visitors safe while enjoying some outdoor fun.

The Pirate Fest included belly dancers, bounce houses, live music, pirate battles, and much more. Pirate Santa Ken Myers said, “All the shows are free and normally you’ll pay an entrance fee just to see the museum alone. You get the museum and the pirate festival for one low price. It’s a great big thing for the whole entire family.”

Proceeds went to benefit Hope4Hearts Animal Rescue and Adoption and the Beauvoir Restoration and Beautification Fund.

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