Renaissance comes to life at Nativity

Nativity Catholic School seventh-graders held an enchanting Renaissance Faire for the school on May 22.

The students set up a faire with face painting, balloon creatures and even a “Romeo and Juliet” kissing booth. (No actual kissing occurred, students drew lipstick kisses on their cheeks.)

The seventh-graders then put on a performance, acting out snippets from William Shakespeare’s works such as “Macbeth” and “Midsummer Night’s Dream” for their fellow students.

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